"If you experience something enough can you imitate it, secretly, unknowingly elsewhere / The effigy of a leer told in a prose tale / Riding on it, / and I imagine that it is underwater but I could definitely be wrong / All the unflows and poverties of the self begin to wane / Laughter becomes a maniacal song"
One evening her imaginary friend mysteriously vanished. Soon after this a large dark being with wings started visiting her at night.
Dy-lee-son rummaged in a wood drawer for Werther’s Original and found only the same hard sticks of Juicy Fruit that he had thrown at the wall months earlier, so hard that he scraped his fingernails, flinging himself directly behind, the monster child. Still there were white chips like skin particles drifting down the wall where his fingernails had squeaked their rancid grief. Nobody else knew about Dy-lee-son’s tantrums. Dy-lee-son belonged on Landress where they all hid themselves, up in attics and faces the reflections of television sets, but he lived on Broker Ave with his overwhelmed dying mother and neglected sister, who went walking, as neglected children do.
“they won’t let me eat,wont let me sleep..”
Memories with heavy exoskeletons disintegrate
When you wake up she is the pathless mist
The instincts slowly die into a frozen larynx
She is the cringing light of the bug
Today your eyes asphyxiate under the lids
She is the black hat and the out-of-focus
Needles burn among needles
Press your warm tongue to the larynx
She is the string unstrung then strung again
Explanation: Namibia has some of the darkest nights visible from any continent. It is therefore home to some of the more spectacular skyscapes, a few of which have been captured in the above time-lapse video. Visible at the movie start are unusual quiver trees perched before a deep starfield highlighted by the central band of our Milky Way Galaxy. This bright band of stars and gas appears to pivot around the celestial south pole as our Earth rotates. The remains of camel thorn trees are then seen against a sky that includes a fuzzy patch on the far right that is the Large Magellanic Cloud, a small satellite galaxy to the Milky Way. A bright sunlight-reflecting satellite passes quickly overhead. Quiver trees appear again, now showing their unusual trunks, while the Small Magellanic Cloud becomes clearly visible in the background. Artificial lights illuminate a mist that surround camel thorn trees in Deadvlei. In the final sequence, natural Namibian stone arches are captured against the advancing shadows of the setting moon. This video incorporates over 16,000 images shot over two years, and won top honors among the 2012 Travel Photographer of the Year awards.