Thursday, April 17, 2008

Hollow Invasion

1 cephalopod creature
1 dreamcatcher of a hula hoop or hula hoop of a dreamcatcher
a couple dozen jellyfish things

rise!  rise!

rise! rise!

Hollow Invasion more or less deals with that phase of nightmares I had a couple of weeks ago, which prompted the quitting of certain bad habits.

the text reads as such [in glow in the dark acrylique paint]
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TURN THOSE DAMN LIGHTS OFF
LITTLE CEPHALOPOD GIRL
DO I LOOK ALRIGHT?

Hollow Invasion
you better not believe a word this girl says she's a fucking MONSTER a child of the DEEP throating her way to false love having never really liked the people she's loved and would rather do it with a COMPLETE and total STRANGER than to ever have to look him in the eyes again and get another migraine, that ROTTING, CARVING, EVIL 'I' both embrace and abhor always fighting and flying - like a bee she'll die once she's stung someone like a shark she'll die once she stops moving and despite her non-violent front she wants to kick some SERIOUS ASS
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the funny thing about this is that after the critique i went home and slept 13 hours of dreamless sleep.

1 comment:

Neath said...

I first thought Chapelizod, one of the oldest villages in Ireland just outside Dublin that plays a significant role in Joyce's Finnegans Wake. Yea, my brain goes anywhere...

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