**Message-ID:** <alpine.NEB.2.00.1406090726350.11377@panix3.panix.com>

**From:** Alan Sondheim <sondheim@panix.com>

**To:** Cyb <cybermind@listserv.wvu.edu>, Wryting-L <WRYTING-L@listserv.wvu.edu>

**Subject:** garden spirit the day the bodies died *

**Date:** Mon, 9 Jun 2014 07:28:43 -0400 (EDT)

garden spirit the day the bodies died * Alan: now now now now now now now now now now now now now now now now now now now now now now now now now now now now now now now now now now now now now now now now now now now now now now now now Nikuko: if not now now now when Alan: when the bodies get out of the garden when the bodies get out of the garden when the bodies get out of the garden Nikuko: you didn't mention a garden Alan: the garden's at the end of the garden. just there where the garden ends. just right over there. Nikuko: when when when when when when when when when when when when when when when when when when Alan: when you can't see something. you can't. when you can't see something over the wall. because of the wall. because the wall's there. you can't see the wall. because the wall's there. because the wall's there. Nikuko: I can't see the wall at the end of the garden. the wall is there and the bodies are there. the bodies are at the end of the garden. the bodies are where the garden's at the end of the garden. where the wall is. Alan: I think there's a wall there. Nikuko: where where where where where where where where where where where where where where where where where where where where where where where where where where where where where where Alan: there was a wall. now now now now now now now now now now now now now now now now Nikuko: when was that wall then. then was it when what then. when the bodies were then. when that what then. Alan: an impression is a furrow on a ridge. a scar is a lip on a skin. a jar is a slip on a bin. a body is a cut on a ridge. Nikuko: when when when when when when when when when when when when when when when when when when ------------------------------------------------ * production: repeated words may be spoken or sung etc. in any style; the repetitions may be longer or shorter. they should last long enough to become paste, troubled and senseless sound. move on to the next bit at will. stand around.