Monday, January 10, 2011


i'm sorry, ms sinclair
there's no need to apologize, joey

i was just doing what i do
i understand

it's what i do

i have no choice
of course

i do what i do
the doingness of the done

the thing itself
to do the thing

that is imperative
the imperative itself

i told you
i understand

have you called the police?
of course

why else
would i have handcuffed you?

to keep me from doing what i do

i called the police

i had no choice
i understand

but you understand in turn
the imperative doingness of what i do

the done thing itself

i think i hear
the police outside now


Old 333 said...

Police love Do nuts.

Awesome little fable.

human being said...

if i were a philosophy teacher, i would take this to my class... awesome stuff to chew on...

it's all about understanding...

- i do
- i understand

- i understand
- i do

both are lying...
: D

Jenny Enochsson said...

Lovely to see posts here again, timmy! Yes, awesome fable, as Peter pointed out.

timmy said...

peter and hb,
thanks as always for your continuous comments and support

thanks. great to hear from you again too

Harlequin said...

this is a wonderful unfolding. it has that odd symmetry of advance/ retreat... the music of yes and no, hide and seek.
nicely done.

Anonymous said...

Loved the repetitions. Creative writing! Well done!

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