Like a rich schizophrenic

every little thing is fine

i read a book recen tly
“how the irish saved western civilization”
told how the accumulated knowledge of the roman empire spread to the edges of that empire
when the empire fell, it resided at the fringes
irish monks copied it, mostly the bible, but other things, too
the book was wrong
the limerick is the highest expression of human culture

This is the powerful pulsing of love in the vein
that’s why dylan got the nobel
and not paul simon
the vein doesn’t pulse
the artery pulses
dylan would have said artery
and fucked the rhyme

These days, that whole Graceland album would’ve been called cultural appropriation. It was trash anyway, other than that one song.

In case anyone hasn’t heard it. If I recall correctly, that’s Linda Ronstadt in the background. Interestingly, I liked this song a lot when it came out but upon listening to it again, I don’t much care for it. I probably won’t listen to Me And Julio Down By The Schoolyard in case I dislike it, too.

ever wonder why gracie feels enabled?
These are the days of lasers in the jungle
Lasers in the jungle somewhere
Staccato signals of constant information
A loose affiliation of millionaires
And billionaires

Fighting on arrival, fighting for survival
bob marley
a song about slaves killing indians and shipping their children to well-run boarding schools
whoa yo yo

Casey Owens, professor of poultry at the University of Arkansas
well qualified to serve in the Senate of the United States