From: Alan Sondheim <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Cyb <email@example.com>, Wryting-L <WRYTING-L@listserv.wvu.edu>
Subject: ah, fire-eagles
Date: Mon, 25 Jun 2007 20:40:25 -0400 (EDT)
ah, fire-eagles configures the burn of the skin, Jenni jennifer i still see those imnages ages from the war and flying inthe distance nested in a dista the distance a reasonable way from the train or nested in a reasonable distance from the train they're turned from the indexical to the symbolic , not that anyone or any machine caresw waiting for us in the distance http://www.asondheim.org/fireeagle.mp4 it saddens me with the length and growh th of the dayi foun i found a book on the bandaging of the body is this why is this important to us holding the body in check in abeyance the sex we shall not see again in our lifetimes the body is a starship crash-landed tokyo or washington or some other state or city-state, they're all within the smeall collapse's odor, flesh rotting, oh stop it jennifer! it's such a lovely day! and which ware julu which war are you talking about then there are eagles they're paying no attenntion to us they're jerked around by the movement of the train nor why should they fires in the distance but not there fires always somewhere else that all this is disapeparing that all this will disapepar recently julu leaks ut there's that metaphor of the wounded and helpless the body is a planet they're all city-states, they're all waiting for the fires, they're all monitoring eagles, they're all bandaged, they're all wounded, yes, and the fire clouds, so lovely so beautiful orange!