How We’re Rebelling Against “Finity”

How We’re Rebelling Against Finity

Pre-empting the eventual degeneration of flesh by extreme scarification, hell of body mods

Making the best of no opportunities, forsaking all chances– keeps you unbound to any kind of ‘path’, therefore free

Bowin’ the shit out of the ol’ wrist fiddle

Split personalities

Cosplaying Borges

Shrinking down bulky, generator-sized perpetual motion machine into something the size, shape, and function of a pacemaker

Killing ghosts

Re-creating, in intricate detail, the same moment over and over. If dependent on outside collaboration, participants may be supplanted contingent on deference to protocol, fungibility;1 if reliant on irreducibly unique ephemera, try real hard to pretend it still feels right2

Speaking in a cropped vernacular – deploy a limited number of sentences, exclamations, and observations in canned response to all prompts; through chance, re-embark upon– through no will of your own– the same conversation-halves over and over

By traveling half then half then half then half then half then half then halfway to a onehundredtwentyeightway/Zeno’s Paradox? More like Zeno’s Pair-of-Cocks!

Vicious polygamy! Just really aggressive about keeping multiple w/lives, refuse to “Cool It Down”3

4 of Clubs of all trades, Jack of none

Don’t sleep. Nod, dirft slightly, snap back up; you’re awake now: don’t sleep. Nod, drift slightly, snap back up; you’re awake now: don’t sleep. Nod, drift slightly, snap back up; you’re awake now:

Make Multiplicity come to life: have Michael Keaton bang your wife4

 

 

1See “Vertigo”

2See “All Long Term Relationships/Love In General”

3But I require W-L-O-V-E to W-L-I-V-E!

4Why wasn’t this a sonnet?

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One Response to “How We’re Rebelling Against “Finity””

  1. The Afinity Sonnet « Sea Green Telecaster Says:

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