Thursday, March 31, 2005

once








Once Deleuze had had his shoes shined, he had horn rims shaped into the heart of


the fold


nothing could be brighter than this taken

behind like a golden doll


a calf.



things becoming unequal was in the nature of things so it was. and many wards Aion and Creon
were the developing stewards of his jame
Jocastaswasher name the scrolled
script running running
always
from
her
lips


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Friday, March 25, 2005

Qu'est-ce que Multitudes ? What are these Multitudes

Qu'est-ce que Multitudes ?

yes what are multitudes littel molecules running all around
lilliputian desire machines cannons firin' off into rich neighborhoods
over mountains of city
a thousand wee sexies
naked bodies
bolden attacks on golden girdles running Bacchantes in the boulevards
larded necks and anointed feet
whoops and howls are heard about the books
of bibliographies and free states of consciousness walk the lanes
yer sex hanging out
multitudes are men and women eating freely
living each in their own chosen space
end of borders
end of cages

freedom utopia not U tip ia
Metanoia not Paranoia

Jill Knew

Mona heard theword of the Prophet __ at least heard these words when she was 21 and younger, ringing in her head the freedom of the spirit and the liberty of desire and the voice of god crawling down her name. and there were many such instances when she was a free sprite of the Enligtenment finding god and deEss at every door step and she was sorry for her old girlfriend so afraid of life and pain she had to take pills.


If you talk to God, you are praying;
If God talks to you, you have schizophrenia.

If the dead talk to you, you are a spiritualist;
If God talks to you, you are a schizophrenic.


--Thomas S. Szasz, The Second Sin,
Anchor/Doubleday, Garden City, NY. 1973, Page 113.



Whereas Mona, like Aeneas knew carrying God on her shoulders was agood thing a dancing thing a lovely thing. Like repeating the same word twice, adjective desire, blood, an d love.

so she came to

she read later the words of Laing who she had read first, who Saved her from a Bad acid trip it was Gary Kezar who introduced her to R.D. Laing and his books articulateness & intelligence saved her brain, placated her worried body and fears, while sitting at the counter at Harvey's in 1972 reading Laing trying to undeRstanD and finally smoking a cigarette, whipping around the whip cream
in the 'hot' chocolate
and she didnt need no school of poets to tell what was and was not the case
then She found Antonin Artaud reading him in the summer spring of 1972 and she was very amnesiac aphasiac then

and later, not too long
or between there was I mean Between there was the History of Folie in the Age of Reason and she flew on a plane to see R.D. Laing

later becomings an alcoholic finding out Father Laing had drunk his brain stupified but this didnt subtract from the achievements

But it was to be a few years, the end of the seventies, 1979 spring she found the book AntiOedipus and then

recalling she had been at the Lectures to hear the book

and all was well

very well
with schizophrenia and so and so on and so on and so on and so on and so on and so on and so on and so on and so on and so on


the night went

Friday, March 18, 2005

The FiCtiOns a BiBbIbLiOGrapHEE

ScroLLed BibIlOgrapHies



for yer eaRs and EyEs to SLumber my leman


or

other places of the skillEd Doctor almost


serations and concertations ________


Place
Time
Character
Names
Allusions
Links
Bliss
vague future moment
concetti
breaks and stretches
lakes of nonbeing
becomings navigator

your smile prior to feathers


the end.

Monday, March 14, 2005

Pierre Klossowski ..Baphomet...

Pierre Klossowski, self-declared 'monomaniac' painter, writer of novels, film... translater of Latin silver tongue ...


Pieree, the nouveau Baptiste, the skettledum was hopi Indian in her myrmidon dress. Was the head off, at the side, in her address? was the
there a the? an article or article of faith, blind proposition. He wooed the woman from afar, her poems an ocean apart on the feet.


Uncle Pierre Klossowski at his ease ... a friend of PapaDeleuze... Posted by Hello

His Lilliputian drivers saturating his intent, his was the come of peace and love, Jesus Christ! she shouted her extraordinary drivers flooding his carboraters. Her calibres his size, his supreme simulacra.

Thursday, March 03, 2005

Fictions of Deleuze and Guattari:A Biography

So then, Mona, enter the burrow, the barrage, the mirage of tables, indexes, times, dates,pale stars, wings, riddle raddles, marriages of knocks, closing shades, miracle whip weaves, melancholy fakirs, diamond sluice meltdowns, sloughed desire storms, caged sundowns, deconstructed passages,h--lines which cut, forlorn stacks of adjectives forcing the weepdown rake

from ---- Fictions of Deleuze and Guattari:A Biography.
"Fictions of Deleuze and Guattari is a biography that escapes,
flows and becomes, runs, wheels and steals mingling fiction, fact,
literary codexing, allusion, things, objects, persons, genders, stratas,
becomings, speculations, translation, footnotes, hyper text, image,
recording, audio downloading, bibliographies which terminate nowhere,
picture and drawings, sex story escapades, formulas for revolution,
Deleuzoguattarian trivia, false leads
to dead questions, personal
revelations, endless photos of form and content versus expression and the
Father; the secret love letters of Derrida, Foucault, Deleuze and
Guattari;pictures and tales of Claire Parnet; inter views with the children of the
famous Rhizomater; schizz flows and flowers with Felix and Franny in their
walk through the tunnel of love; remarkable moments with the analyst and
his patients, secret recordings of Guattari and his lover differance;
conferences with Guattari and the secretive Toni Negri; a brief moment
when Genet meets Guattari; Simone de Beauvoir and becoming Cixous not
Sixous; Sixeee and the Banshees do the Rhizome
dance and the Screens fall

She spooks the sun. Jill recalls a lover translator, a barrieR to milk light nights calibrated over weddings of desire and her Sister Shy

this busted up sheet is yer text

apart as the latent and manifest dreams papers are folded on their
Leibnizian ete rendering of the thinkers's channels of denial. The
clandestine meeting betweeen Jill Deleuze and Gregory Bateson at an A.A.
meeting. The early letters of Guattari to Daniel Cohn Bendit; how the
first editions of Deleuze's books were falsely translated by C. Boundas;
why Helen Lane no longer works the deleuzoguattarian translations; what
ever happened to those early heroic translators; Picasso comments on
Antioedipus; the first draft of Kafka a minority like no other. How
Artists read Deleuze and Franny. Comments of the children and others on M
the spoils of the becoming of children and other strange pathways. Notes
from the schizophrenics who attended the lectures at Vincennes. Guattari's O
final apostrophe. A ouiji board gathering wherein Jill and Franny speak
to the ghosts of Hamlet, Oedipus and Freud. Bergson's letter to T
(posthumous astrally written Postcard) Spinoza and Spinoza's encounter H
with Jill at the moment of death.
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