American Buddhish (2016)

I, for example, the monk on stage says, I am trying very hard to be the lowest being in this room. Smiling the ever so non-transparent smile of the transparent Buddhish mind.
And may I say something, he adds rather than asks, just a split second afterwards. Who was it to put up the Tibetan banners in this room? They are not meant to be put up this way, sideways instead of upright, uptight.
These Buddhish monks got their American gig long on, they’re on a mission from god, on a fundraising roadshow, so they do put up the show that The People came to pay for. There was a hat right by the door asking for a ten spot, but sneaky Girls sneaked in and so did I.

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On the King’s Highway

On the King’s Hwy

WE SLEEP IN, usually until somebody knocks at the door, we take our work seriously, writing as a job, this is not starvation road (to a dead horse point), we don’t worry about the bugs, have a spoondrop of fish oil, don’t be such a religious retard, Anne Waldmann takes it, says it’s good for the heart.

Are you waiting for someone to show you the way? Las Vegas or Salt Lake City, clean, fill some dirt in your play place.

Last Day in September (2016)

Last day of September and I start seeing the California People in the Colorado People. Like as if the situations are either from some other time, past or future, or timeless, prototypical déjá-vus, but then again, we are of course smoking A LOT OF weed every day in a good number of days now.

I wonder if those stoners like us ever get anything big actually going, such as pulling off a five week rally for a random guy they might not necessarily be wanting to do business with to potentially sit on the county’s board of commissioners.

So, this whole story might or might not receive a dash of political flavor. There’s a bunch of elections coming up and the green farmers of Hippie Delta U.S.A. feel a growing urge to have their interests represented at the appropriate level now.

Provided always that they actually do know what they want outside of making a lot of easy money.

Making my way back to the cats in the press shop thru tender is the mountain night. I mean just to get things straight.

All those Boys ever really want is to press some glistening fancy buttons on heavy machinery all the while getting high as fuck.

Now the sheriff’s on their tail though and something’s got to happen. They must have made shitloads of money, paying eighty grand in trimmers alone, but that was last year, and the careless splendor of those cotton candy days is still lost and forever probably.

Not even two weeks since I first got here, and yet I’m being sucked right into this giant hazy vortex, sitting down at the inauguration meeting of what might turn into a political landslide or at least it should be fun to watch.

The joints are huge and so are the pizzas they had coming. Classic Americana, one is tempted to say, and straight to the ice cream it is, together with a serious series of high-powered dabs, and that’s how they roll out here pretty much.

(Taken from “The Grotto“)

The harder they come, aka The Grotto

Wednesday, 17th of January 2018. It’s been a while, but here’s a new book to read eventually. The Grotto is an experimental piece of work, as to be expected, it’s bilingual, molecular, hazy and metamodern, of course. On top of that, The Grotto is somewhat of a historic document by now, written down in the last days of what they call the Pre-Trump America, long lost and forgotten.
Special shoutouts go to Pietro O’Rourke from Hamtramck, Michigan, for his patient editing, to Gonzalo de la Fuente for the groot cover drawing, and last but not least to Sebastian Schellenberger from Heidelberg, for his loving care on the difficult homestretch in the printing process.
Here’s some more details on the book and where to get it.