your happiness to give awayby Guillermo A. Fisher
I am beginning to think that it is necessary for me to capture everything beautiful that I see & feel & catch, to savor it and re-savor it, so that I can remember how alive I am when I am seated in front of a screen shouting acronyms and analysis at human beings that I never touch.
I am starting to think that I will need something to kickstart my memory, to give my head a jolt — a metaphor of some making for an exclamation point — so that when the hours fall from my mouth like the heaviest drool I will still be able to gather myself up & out of ruts and make it outside to take a walk, or descend into a field & lie down & nothing, or breathe, or forget.
I am convinced that this is true.
It is so hard to get in your own way sometimes & step into a balance shattering nudge. It is so very difficult to use your own momentum against yourself, and knock yourself down, if for no other reason than to reacquaint yourself with the cool of concrete, the grooves between tile & the smell of worn wood.Your Feedback Civil & constructive, please.