The Alan Sondheim Mail Archive

November 7, 2000


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dead at every instance of the letter

"nothing happens to the dead." here is what i learned about death: that
about death: time stops, nothing else happens to the dead. all death, all
men. gather them among the dead and those of all are dying. dead before
the work began.  half-dead, half-alive, half dropped into the dead there-
unto. the divide is immeasurable and writing this a man is dead, dead, and
they can resurrect the dead. they know substances for turning death, noth-
ing happens later to her, nothing happens to the dead, error - too much;
my work courts death more than anything it seems, with eyesockets of the
dead. the secrets of the dead are the secrets of the funerary rites, but
leave the body dead at every instance of the letter. gone, nothing else
happens to the dead +++ death of the three +, what happens to the dead.
all death, gone, nothing else happens to the dead. it has died innumerable
deaths, and writing this a woman, dead, all women and her, her blank
death, gone, it is a blank. from the rites and roles, she's what I learned
about death: that time stops, that nothing else, that nothing happens to
the dead, almost as if they were dead. they have elaborate starts at the
edge of a dead shell and expand greatly inward; a woman is dead. a woman
is dead at every instance of the letter. a man is

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