Listening to Another Alan Watts Lecture at 7:17AM

 

This one, exactly.

He has a bit of a cough.

“How could there be an unexperienced world?” he asks.

I don’t know but I’d like to experience one, if there is one to experience.

“If there are no muscles, nothing is heavy.”

I am about to be creative now.

I am being creative so that I will feel better–

I am improving myself, or consolidating my moods into a

better place than where they are.

My habits indicate to me,

if they indeed can be indicative,

that in the past listening to Alan Watts can make me

feel better than how I am currently feeling.

 

I am squeezing the fat on my forearm when he says,

“This school has had immense influence in the

20th century.”

In order to say something meaningful…

 

You need to believe in words. Do words require faith?

I wonder if words

have been put here by an accident

and perpetuated by a secret

illness we are all succumbing to.

 

This is one of the reasons listening to

Alan Watts at 7:23AM

is hopefully going to help me.

 

Oh God, there is no escape.

 

less distance

between things,

less thinkings between

things,

smokey mountain

calls the overlaid

jewel godesses to worship at its

smokey feet.

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About vurinstitute

Horatio Somersault is the Director and Regent Chancellor of the VUR Institute, a think tank involving some as-yet-unknown and slightly spooky manipulations of time and interdimensionality. In his spare time Somersault enjoys writing poems and fables. You can read his writings, as well as those of other VUR inhabitants, at vurinstitute.wordpress.com. Though he lives a wanderer's life, his hometown is a domed biome inside the water core of the moon Europa. You can follow his experiences adapting to the customs of the early 21st century on his Twitter @VURdirector and can email him at vurinstitute at gmail dot com.
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