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Re: Zuihitsu

Post by the mingo » January 13th, 2023, 11:53 am

Only one thing left to do, find out what your grandparents left behind.

let sand run through your fingers.

Just kiss it, Ronnie dear,
it's going this way.
Doll, you may have found a place of rest but I'm still on the trail.

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Re: Zuihitsu

Post by the mingo » January 13th, 2023, 11:55 am

Thx, Jack. Blow, man, blow!
Doll, you may have found a place of rest but I'm still on the trail.

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Re: Zuihitsu

Post by stilltrucking » January 16th, 2023, 9:18 pm

Zuihitsu farts in the wind
these last days of mine I am obsessed with this typing
I hope I go before you
mine is going to be sudden
splendiferous day here
but I had to spend most of it indoors cleaning up mouse turds
I am addicted to film noir especially the black and white
I see a lot of TV ads all day. A lot of them for "final expenses" not to leave my family with the burden.
I do not want to leave my family with the burden of cleaning up the mouse turds in my house.
I have not lost any sleep over money in decades
I know death pays al debts. But I owe my soul to Jesus.
I am hoping you are well cared for and you have a good night

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Re: Zuihitsu

Post by the mingo » January 17th, 2023, 8:03 am

Thx, Jack. No mouse turds here - I have about 18 cats or so though the last couple of days I have not seen them all together at feeding times. I have one I worry about, she's smaller than the rest and timid to boot. She always waits until all the other cats are done feeding then she will go in for what's left - I look out for her, even named her - Ghost.
Doll, you may have found a place of rest but I'm still on the trail.

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Re: Zuihitsu

Post by the mingo » January 17th, 2023, 8:11 am

2:46 a.m. - *Tug Hill*

Killing is killing. Don't use the word "treatment". Hello, Spoon, dish it up.

Yesterday is a crow on a branch of a tree across the river. You look & he is there. You look down at the table, count the coins there.
You look back to the tree and the crow is gone. Poetry? yeah, me neither.

Winter weather alert - snow coming. The kitchen is a mess and the sink is too small. I want a bigger sink.

O yes I did and I thought I was crazy.
Call me Lazarus, I hear voices outside my tomb.
Is anyone making the coffee? ________________why italics? because I can.


Cancer country is where you give up body parts. Sacrifice is the game of the name. The tainted part is cut out with a view to save what remains.
I have learned many things about this. Cancer country is Fantasy Island - Hello TV. Cancer country is where the gunslingers play poker in the local saloon with chemicals, poisons, radiations.

And money. Lots & lots of money.

God is The Rifleman with a tricked-out carbine & a gay son. My father used to watch that show every week. Cancer didn't get him. Heart disease did. The exits are all covered.

The doctors are shown never to have blood on their hands. White coats only.

The soul is where the truth of anything is tested.
Poetry? yeah, me neither.

Pony up, motherfucker, free will was born a lie and a lie it shall always be. The dick is only for show now. My prostate is dead gone by-by and included on the list of "treatment aftermath."

Ghost of orgasm poetry? yeah, me neither ... and don't forget my pills.

That coffee ready yet? Here comes my Baby. Hang on, Sloopy.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vM9iNviZo7E
Doll, you may have found a place of rest but I'm still on the trail.

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Re: Zuihitsu

Post by stilltrucking » January 19th, 2023, 3:49 pm

1:45
republic of Paradice
Zuihitsu tontine— sunny beautiful days in south central Texas, entangled up in Zuihitsu with you,
got no satisfaction
got no poetry either

the treatment was a success but unfortunately patient died.
Good hearts in my family
many medical doctors
My dad Youse to tell me that if anything pays good money there will be Jews in it.(crazy Mike blessed memory of.(because I can.)
Hang on sloopy thanks for keeping in touch


Heart my dad too.

David Copperfield crap
What goes round the double helix of our free wills
thanks for turning me onto Zuihitsu.

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Re: Zuihitsu

Post by stilltrucking » January 24th, 2023, 7:23 pm

Re: Yes, 2023?
Unread post by judih » Thu Jan 19, 2023 8:58 pm

how to unwrite words
erase hurtful actions
ongoing research
new berlin time
precious little and perilous
lucky strikes and half a bottle of cold and flat shiner bock™ from last night.
waiting for a coupe of glued mice to die so i can trash them. did i ever tell you i am a nice guy?
i suppose i could through them in the garbage kicking and screaming.
I tried shooting them with a pellet gone.
Sooner or later after the snakes return I expect to find one in my shack feeding on the mice.
Wireman in my thoughts just now...maintain
joie de vie
about an hour of daylight to waste while i do chores indoors.

hell yeah Mongolia
hang on sloopy
write when you can
thanks for witting.
don't mind crazy jack he is
just a fan from Texas
just fan mail

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Re: Zuihitsu

Post by stilltrucking » January 27th, 2023, 2:12 pm

mile marker 0
heaven or hell?
when baby not here I can't even tell

lies all lies i am as dumb as a truck
crazy mordant sense of humor:
yes but you might need a new social security number.
but still an amusing notion.
living on Tulsa time 12:08pm
I can see out of a 2" x 8" slit in the cardboard covering a window on my left that it is going to be another splendiferous day in new berlin going out there asap i finish my zuihitsu
thanks for writing

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Re: Zuihitsu

Post by the mingo » January 27th, 2023, 11:29 pm

Snow for the past two days, Jack, but not much accumulation, winter though, fire going - been difficult dealing with firewood this year - old back injury flares almost instantly with the bending over - so I go it slow.

Hell, Jack, you been writing zuihitsu for years, decades - probably the biggest zuihitsu on the fucking planet -
Doll, you may have found a place of rest but I'm still on the trail.

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Re: Zuihitsu

Post by stilltrucking » February 5th, 2023, 12:43 am

yeah man we been doing zuihitsu since forever
that's how it feels to me now but I may be intoxicated

Had to break out the cooking wine I felt so shook up tonight


Another good day I wasted today, made the sunny seventies today after days and dreary days of freezing rain
taking it slow too, hysteria not an option for me neither.
listening to Ain't Waistin Time No More and reading saw

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Re: Zuihitsu

Post by stilltrucking » February 10th, 2023, 7:00 pm

shitty zuihitsu today
something cold gripped me today, shitty zuihitsu and shivers
—sacred: I wonder what that means? I was tempted to google it today. I did not want diminish the feeling with words...sacred Zuihitsu, I think I know what it means . How many times have I googled the meaning of zuithitsu?
and another splendiferous day in February
Re: Healing Jam?
Unread post by WIREMAN » Tue Sep 13, 2016 7:05 pm

healing
reeling
dealing
feeling
jammin
bam-a-lammin
never slamming
just enduring :)
me I feel like I'm becoming some kinda Kung fu t.v. Priest.....

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Re: Zuihitsu

Post by stilltrucking » February 23rd, 2023, 1:30 pm

Zuihitsu
Post by the mingo » Sun Sep 04, 2016 8:02 pm

Star-crossed,
paper will burn
i think winter is over here :D
but Texas weather is weird
true about that single strand of barbered wireman
i am drunk and dirty
80 defrees tosay And sunny
splendiferous and gummies to lift my funk junk

hate when i don't here from you
write if you can
if you're willin

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Re: Zuihitsu

Post by stilltrucking » March 26th, 2023, 3:39 am

2 am waiting for sleep
cold and hot sunny days
"times got hard and he had to let Amigo go
It is my belief that he began to die that day"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-FhjevjNLRQ

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Re: Zuihitsu

Post by sasha » September 24th, 2023, 10:40 am

I was raised as a Roman Catholic, but now I'm 99% atheist. I hang onto that 1% for the same reason I still have a few investment holdings in the stock market.

I can roll my tongue and cross my eyes. I'm right-handed, but can only do the Vulcan salute with my left.

I've had appendicitis, pneumonia, a stroke, and a couple of broken bones. Both of my hips are made of titanium. I can remember when doctors made house calls.

I never served in the military or learned to play a musical instrument.

I've never been outside North America. I've never been shot or bitten by a venomous snake.

I found a dead body in the woods once.

I was a huge fan of the Sherlock Holmes stories, Monty Python, and the Mahavishnu Orchestra. I've been published, been on local radio and television, and I'm named as a co-inventor on US Patent #4,745,857.

Can't hit a baseball or dribble a basketball, and have no idea what a football "down" is. Never read "1984" or "Animal Farm" - but I've read "Kon-Tiki" and "The Compleat Practical Joker" multiple times.

I've never been arrested or seen a ghost. Never made love to a redhead, though I fell hard for one once.

Never tried cocaine, nor was ever tempted. Never did acid, but one time had a scare about it.

My favorite movies are "The Great Escape", "Apollo 13", and "Stand and Deliver". "Bullitt", "Hidden Figures", "The Babadook", "Arrival", & "The Martian" almost made the list, and might next time someone asks.

I cry at the drop of a hat - like when a woodland trail opens up before me into field on a glorious late-summer day - because I Can. Not because I Can weep unobserved - but, thanks to surgery, I Can walk again. Two miracles - arthritically crippled joints replaced with metal and polymer, allowing me to again experience the miracle of warm sun on my back to the sound of my own panting, and the restless breeze-driven whisper of meadow grass, the everywhere chorus of insects, the raucous call of distant jays - things I wasn't sure I'd ever experience again... Takes a sterner, harder, rock-jawed man than I not to be moved to tears by that. Also, some of my favorite flicks do it to me. Never mind which ones.
 
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"Falsehood flies, the Truth comes limping after it." - Jonathan Swift, ca. 1710

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Re: Zuihitsu

Post by stilltrucking » September 29th, 2023, 12:56 am

i never been to Spain
I never meant to hurt her
they say the ladies there are all insane

never say never been told
some times I think why the hell not

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