Inertia as the Object

— Shane Kowalski

To think of a circle, have in mind a square.
              Now: think of a hand as a kind of chair for what you want to say. Now: don’t think. Now: think of not thinking as having hair that isn’t yours, couldn’t be, isn’t, shouldn’t be, not at all.
              Think of how I talk like a mask coming off a face twice to reveal a second glance, a double take, a mouth that wants to correct the thing it just tried to say.
              When you have a feeling for me, have in mind a car moving very fast, in a direction past resistance or history. Think of inertia as the object.

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