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Re: Where is "Silent Woman" when I need her?

Post by stilltrucking » July 12th, 2020, 2:47 pm

I married my AppleWatch5™
I try to mansplain "in a dark time the eye begins..."— to silent woman and she says, "yada, yada, yada."

flesh and blood needs someone to love
even if she is only a paper doll.

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"That’s my last Duchess painted on the wall,"
I only think I knew her.

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Re: Where is "Silent Woman" when I need her?

Post by stilltrucking » July 14th, 2020, 2:34 am

forty years since I touched her perfect mind with my body

First You Must Love Your Body
that you may finally walk in the
world of Man, speaking.
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Re: Where is "Silent Woman" when I need her?

Post by stilltrucking » July 20th, 2020, 6:51 pm

... I do not think it worth while to give my "Sultana" experience.
Chester D. Berry - 1892 - ‎Steamboat disasters
You know what I been through, it is not worth while to give experience to other people.
I mean who the hell has time for experience...1


1History and Friedrich Nietzsche's Philosophy of Time


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Re: Where is "Silent Woman" when I need her?

Post by stilltrucking » July 25th, 2020, 8:17 pm

How could you love a ridiculous man?

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Re: Where is "Silent Woman" when I need her?

Post by stilltrucking » July 29th, 2020, 12:58 pm

“There is nothing worse… no punishment greater than to have known God and no longer to know him.”
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R. Crumb Illustrates Philip K. Dick’s Hallucinatory Spiritual Experience

Our Tribal Nature: Tribalism, Politics, and Evolution

ANACYCLOSIS

As you see I am still working on my thesis, When I finish it I am going to buy that Bermuda Ketch I still dream of and to sail to Scotland. Once there maybe I will submit it to Edinburgh University and see it they would award me an honorary Doctor of Philosophy in Anthropology.
In the meantimes:
I can make about 50 feet these days, from my back door to little sister's front door. I have to sit down when I get there. Surgery not an option for me given my age and condition. I am going to have to fix it myself. AMA, I can only hope that I find a way out of it. I don't mind heart failure as much as a stroke.
Life is good, I found silent woman again. The love life a ridiculous man.

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Re: Where is "Silent Woman" when I need her?

Post by stilltrucking » August 2nd, 2020, 2:25 pm

Bad conscience: Why I keep thinking about a double base violin I ripped off about sixty years ago?
Nothing like an abortion to give a man a bad conscience.
You were married when we first met.
I helped you out I guess but I hung around too long
I should have kissed my horse and rode off into the sunset before it was too late



I remember how we would sit on the phone for hours not saying a word, just feeling the connection to each other through the wire.















Do you remember how we would sit on the phone for hours not saying a word, just feeling the connection to each other through the wire.


































































































































Am I being defensive because she touched a nerve.
It took me a couple of days to figure out what the guilt was about. Not the guilt, the memory of it. I realized what I was feeling was guilt about not getting back to your text last week. I sure did not want to but the guilt was getting oppressive. So I called you today. You were doing pretty good till you started trying to analyze why I dropped out of college in 1963. I said, "I am trying to analyze that myself."
And you said, "After sixty years you still haven't figured that out!" And I said, "Keep in touch."
Sixty years later you are not my silent woman anymore. I loved you then and I love you now, but I struggle to keep a conversation going with you now. I care about your welfare, call me if you need to talk. I will do my best to listen.

I remember how we would sit on the phone for hours not saying a word, just feeling the connection to each other through the wire.

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Re: Note to Self:

Post by stilltrucking » August 4th, 2020, 7:44 am

you are my sister for sisters

I married my iPhone
no woman No Cry
watched over by Machines of Loving Grace
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We always did feel the same
We just saw it from a different point of view
Tangled up in blue


“He put my mind and my hand and my eye together, in a way that allowed me to do consciously what I unconsciously felt"
While he was writing the songs for “Blood on the Tracks,” Dylan had taken up painting classes with the New York artist Norman Raeben. By all accounts, Raeben was a taskmaster, but he imparted in his students a sense both that life itself was the art, with their creations being merely the by-product of that experience, and, significantly for Dylan, that past, present, and future could all coexist in their work. “He put my mind and my hand and my eye together, in a way that allowed me to do consciously what I unconsciously felt,” Dylan told Rolling Stone in 1978, of Raeben’s influence on his songwriting approach.
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