inebrium sanctum nada dada…

From Dada and Surrealism for Beginners, Elsa & Peter Bethanis, and Joseph Lee. Writers & Readers Publishers, 2006.

Hibby Shake: Nada Dada (#1020)

Reading the lists results in desultory nauseam, in vibrotactile waves overcoming my hands — shaking — shaking arms, head, torso, legs.

I become gelatinous on an armature that settles solid into the grass. I can’t fall and I can’t stop shaking in place. Rapturous. Glorious. Orgasmic and spent all at once. Don’t move me. Don’t even approach me.

Place a boom mic over me — set the parabolic mics twenty yards away.

It’s the degustation of interpolation of godly nothingness and alien awareness. I am ringed in protoplasmic gold. I am inebrium sanctum nada dada.

Eat me when I stop shaking. Bring this otherness into your being.

I SPEAK in transpecies extraordinaire!

This is Fall, at 7:01 a.m., on 10/20/2020. Jamaica Plain, MA. (20/31)

“SURREALISM, n. Psychic automatism in its pure state, by which one proposes to express — verbally, by means of the written word, or in any other manner — the actual functioning of thought. Dictated by the thought, in absence of any control exercised by reason, exempt from any aesthetic or moral concern.”

— Andre Breton / “Manifesto of Surrealism”

About istsfor manity

i'm a truncated word-person looking for an assemblage of extracted teeth in a tent full of mosquitoes (and currently writing a novel without writing a novel word) and pulling nothing but the difficult out of the top hat while the bunny munches grass in the hallway. you might say: i’m thee asynchronous voice over in search of a film....
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