"Behind every system, behind every rule stands a corpse and laughs. You can't tell me who I should sleep with. I don't work for wages. My life is a revolution... My life is a beautiful life... What you call freedom, I call waste... I will continue to love my own voice. If everyone becomes me, everything will collapse."

Bruno K. Ă–ijer

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Art Talk



Confession




waiting for death
like a cat
that will jump on the
bed

I am so very sorry for
my wife

she will see this
stiff
white
body
shake it once, then
maybe
again

"Hank!"

Hank won't
answer.

it's not my death that
worries me, it's my wife
left with this
pile of
nothing.

I want to
let her know
though
that all the nights
sleeping
beside her

even the useless
arguments
were things
ever splendid

and the hard
words
I ever feared to
say
can now be
said:

I love
you.

Charles Bukowski

* * *

People are so fascinated with things they don't understand. They tend to fear them and want them at the same time. I tend not to listen. They tend to talk I tend to talk back. It's all about who putted the last smile. The only thing I don't understand is why are we so ashamed of the "ego"?
The EGO is eating you form the inside cause you lock it inside. Let him out, he needs his space.

Thank you for reading, It's just a test page.
Good Night!

Dietrich



3 comments:

Anonymous said...

subscribing
you are cool
:)

Anonymous said...

Pornography. And I will explain why:
To tell you the truth, I had no idea, what so ever, how the bloody fax mashine works(and it was invented in 1843!) , but that does not mean that I am ever so afraid of using it. However, If you are implying the naive thought such as, one is afraid of dying due to a mistery of afterlife, then Shakespeare beat you in Hamlet. And what do you mean by 'EGO'?
'cus if Freud's formulation is what you meant then I feel sorry for a person who is ashamed of his/her common sence, ability to plan or remember. I am guessing that what you really wanted to suggest is person's id and behaviour conflicts, thou I might be mistaken...
Thank you for reading, it is just a test comment.

Sonia Dietrich T. said...

That is funny, we speak the same Lithuanian language but you have a need to express yourself in English. That's ok with me.

"Pornography"
Oh really? and can you tell me what is wrong with porn? 2 girls and 1 cup will take over the world!

"but that does not mean that I am ever so afraid of using it."
And who sad it have something to do with YOU? Juokinga!

"However, If you are implying the naive thought such as, one is afraid of dying due to a mistery of afterlife, then Shakespeare beat you in Hamlet."
This is so good and funny. Let's begin. I like the use of UK english, beautiful.
Are you trying to show me that you read books and this is some kind of a brain and "knowledge quiz"? I find it really interesting how people interpret things they read, but i strongly believe that the thing we interpret is the mirror of our own point of view and lets say "feelings". blahblah. Manau tu supratai ka norejau pasakyt.
The poem is one of the best the genius have written and if you need to seek for some astrological meaning why is it added with the short "blah" about the ego, it's completely up to you. By the way, the poem is not about afterlife...

"'cus if Freud's formulation is what you meant then I feel sorry for a person who is ashamed of his/her common sence, ability to plan or remember."
Here we may have an agreement, when people tend to hide their lets say the "Ego" it's just ... (insert word here) I will pick drum. Easy.
This whole test blog, was about the new surrounding of ECA, Edinburgh and the people I meet on the way. Milda, not about you or my wish to die. haha! 13 was long time ago haha!

So now I will say :
-Thank you for the test comment to my test blog and the test it self.

Cheers mate,
Dietrich