a game of creating simulacra that are beautiful and totally useless, but give one some aesthetic pleasure

since the beginning of november i have been – occasionally, but sleeplessly – playing a game called ‘let’s create pottery’ on my phone. i like the way things can be created and sent off into the nothingness with a faint hope that it is not nothingness. this is a game of creation of true and […]

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some green thing on the balcony

these, then, and a little pretty thyme plant that avoided picture, and some more mint, grow on my balcony. i really like the tomato plant who has been very diligent and tomato. the mint also is growing proud. and of course the aztec marigolds.. those just thrive on the sun and my forgetfulness. the basil […]

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for the rainy day

Got the idea from turfevna the result – europe – was this (see below)   i will try the world next. when i have finished whatever nonsense i am doing now. and also- the embed code does not work for wordpress. so use something else. i used a screenshot.

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rose vs. begonia

roses look cool, and are interesting to raise. begonias look green and red and white and yellow, and are not presumptuous. but if asked to choose between them, i will probably say that i like chrysanthemums best. those shaggy, yellow or white, heavy-headed flowers with the bitter smell. kiku-no-hana.

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a turning point

standing behind her, the god she thinks can be lost or found. standing behind her, the god she thinks she could carry or take from someone. and two angels – messengers – before her. and beyond them – an empty grave in its darkness. behind her, the unbeknown god stands up in splendour. what does […]

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