Monthly Archives: May 2013

Two People, One Head

Outrunning the conscious mind again, I wonder if it’s true that there are two selves within every one person’s brain. There is the self that controls and observes and critiques, and there is the self that exists as a “thing” … Continue reading

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Living with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0vzkB8fScIY I want to make it big. I feel like everytime someone calls me a genius I pull a lever to a slot machine that exists in my imagination. Out of the slot machine comes a bunch of coins that … Continue reading

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Schizo Fiction Imagination Times

“Thinking outside the box might be facilitated by having a somewhat less intact box,” says Dr Ullén about his new findings.

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Outrunning

Feels like a gnawing surface tension is about to overcome my body. I have been overcome with what can only be described as a backlash against my growing pride. I have decided to view my own horrid situations as an … Continue reading

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In the Morning Time

“A sane person can drive themselves insane deliberately, but it’s not the kind of insanity you’d expect. In fact it’s rather predictable. True “insanity” is not insanity. The thing you may want is right here with you already. It’s just … Continue reading

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Broken Carrion

Three Poems by Louise Helle, pts. 2 and 3 The two faced eye set One side is a moon carried by reckless tides Lodged in an eye socket built to small For what it sees It bulges out and scares … Continue reading

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Been Down So Long It Look Like Up To Me

Three Poems by Louise Helle, pt 1. I Really Want a Vicodin because when there is nothing left to lose you have to set yourself on fire.   First thought is best thought. Sometimes a first thought is a borrowed … Continue reading

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