time me emerged:
decapitation was the means to destroy it. No other species
decapitates. Mind for matter, slave to the body, the reflective
body, a negotiable mind. Body uses mind to improve its interaction
with the world; body evolves a self-declaration of holiness, but
then, imagine that, the special core revolts, transcends, breathes
ideas. Solar winds. Flux enhancement of whistler waves. The
lady next to the lady stutters, blushing a response, coronal hole
stream that you just heard if you heard it.
concludes our session.
would like to thank the speakers for their contribution.
reckoning tracks us on the map, outside the sea horse, beyond the
remembered map of the world. Often the flow of change is more
important than the state of being you end up in, but be very careful
about what you learn from it.
the math blows you away within seconds. Indexing objects of
thought, acting out the leaning toward? Electrolytic lesions
are not nice because they destroy fibers of passage. Now, ibotenic
acid lesions, they are really the way to go because they destroy
only cell bodies.
have evidence of regret.
complex graphs.) (Nothing new compared to a year ago.)
a bitter day it is, having been,
the back of your memory implant.
life events dip
schools of issues such as these,
squeaky wipers dancing
minimal on your windshield.
Takes Place (2)
chaos, the flight
naked insistence past its expiration date.
the size of your confidence interval,
anticipated the word.
you hate it,
rains, it washes over and away.
a poet, essayist, and neuroscientist. He lives in Fukuoka,
Japan, where he is Professor in the Graduate School of Systems
Life Sciences at Kyushu University. He has published ten
books of poetry, essay, and prose in his native language, Dutch. In
2010 he published his first book in English, The Anatomy of
Press). Since 2005 he also writes poetry in English, which
is starting to surface in literary journals and chapbooks.