theme

one time,
the narrator asked me
"do you ever feel like the
   lead character in a t.v. show ? ? ?

      like why does everything have to be
        about you ? ?

           what do you even say when
           people are mad for making
           everything about you ?

   … but you can’t help it,
 because without you, there
wouldn’t be a show
you signed the
contract anyway, and your compensation is ample.”

the narrator handed me some pens and a sketchbook,
and even made the cashier find a coupon for me

but now I can’t find my way to this creative block,
because the editors buried it in the city somewhere
and the way these communities are planned are different now.

I wanted to answer to it, to tell them why
everything is about me;
   or rather, offer this rhetoric:
      “how is it not about me? I can’t see through eyes that aren’t mine
       I can only imagine, and I might get close to what’s real”

 but I was really just awestruck,
and I still don’t understand why I’m communicating with the
narrator;

he should tell me what symbols he has hidden
in the lines, or what is really going to happen,
and if he can write it anew, or if there is only one way.
there has to be a beginning. something had to
create the creator .
create the creator .
create the creator .

nyctaeus:

Ad Reinhardt, from ‘How to Look at Art, Arts & Architecture’ (1946)

nyctaeus:

Ad Reinhardt, from ‘How to Look at Art, Arts & Architecture’ (1946)

pbvsgr:

By Hugo Oliveira

pbvsgr:

By Hugo Oliveira

danielodowd:

ayeld
musicandcats:

"Hey Noah, I just wanted to thank you for Person Pitch, it got me through a lot of rough shit." "Hey, it got me through a lot of rough shit, too."

musicandcats:

"Hey Noah, I just wanted to thank you for Person Pitch, it got me through a lot of rough shit." "Hey, it got me through a lot of rough shit, too."

bogworm:

i-d mag, aug 1989

bogworm:

i-d mag, aug 1989

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