The song Isolation, music, lyrics, and minimal conceptual semantically inspired D.N.A analysis. Lyrics (poetics) People say we got it made Don't they know we're so afraid? Isolation We're afraid to be alone Everybody got to have a home Isolation Just a boy and a little girl Trying to change the whole wide world Isolation The world is just a little… Continue reading Writing Thoughts by Dead Writers, John Lennon, #1
Month: July 2012
Writings from Dead Writers, Andrew J. Blackbird, #1
from Andrew J. Blackbird/ Chief Mack-a-de-pe-nessey's Complete Both Early and Late History of the Ottawa and Chippewa Indians of Michigan, a Grammar of Their Language, Personal and Family History of Author, 1887: I. The Tin Box tin within tin opened to expose a moldy rag maybe eyes widen with curiosity thinking what strange humor maybe heads… Continue reading Writings from Dead Writers, Andrew J. Blackbird, #1
Visions of Michigan, a new word book for a society full of humans
Visions of Michigan, a new word book for a society full of humans.
Bullets (and then, bed…)
Always start a new part of your life with an old song that just darts through your head for no reason at all, and in that, you'll make a new reason. Uh? Turning a novel into a novella is as difficult as it is explaining what the difference between the two are, and both are fucking ridiculous social divisions that make me want… Continue reading Bullets (and then, bed…)