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Bouncing in a little room


Benjamin

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Faces--

bunched

pendulous

pocked

gargoyles

grinning

gremlins

goblins

withered

witches

circling

sinking

staring

prying

probing--

.

Voices--

whispering

seething

maggot-like

sarcastic

mingling

lisping

belching

rasping

rankling

piercing

grumbling

silence filching

oddly shouting

sleep disturbing

thought obliterating

all consuming

cackling

screaming voices--

.

Hands--

emerging--

fingers

pointing

jabbing

scratching

groping

grasping

tearing

.rapine

hands---

.

belonging

to the faces

who

demand a soul.

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Spontaneity-- following a brief conversation I had in 2008 with a small businessman I'd met by chance in a hotel bar. He was struggling for solvency.

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I recall a brilliant performance by Billie Whitelaw in Samuel Beckit's “Not I” described as one of the most disturbing images in theatre: a disembodied mouth, telling its tale “at the speed of thought.” Amazing what sticks in the mind. :smile:

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Larsen M. Callirhoe

this form was pulled off well. powerful barrage of words ben. :smile:

 

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Larsen M. Callirhoe

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Seemed a rant from someone ready to go off. Good person to keep some distance from--like maybe a different bar. Made me think of myself, at times. I like experimental work. Thanks. Paco

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