we had to use a beercan
this was a good night
the devil’s elbow is a place i go to when i’m sleeping in my childhood bedroom. the devil’s elbow is 3.25 nautical knots away from the camp, at the end of the narrow river, at the bend of where the narrow river connects with the wide mouth of the glassy lake. The devil’s elbow can technically be categorized as a passageway. During the day, fishermen sit in tin boats casting for small fish on the rocks. During the night, the watch boats pass quietly with their dogs smelling nothing but dew drops on reeds and turtles hiding under downed trees set afloat.
the devil’s elbow ends at the mouth of the glassy lake. coming around the bend, you start to notice the large rocks on the bay, you see the elephant rock and the abandoned Thompson’s cabin, trying to recall if it’s red or brown, the rusted out paint now fits somewhere in the middle.
i am swimming back tonight, dark water all around me now, boat at the bottom of the glassy lake, rocks claiming it & my one source of light as their own.
Darkside - 1120
Bill Ryder-Jones - The Violin Player
Cant - She Found A Way Out
Vår - Begin to Remember
Claude Debussy - Suite Bergamesque 4: Passepied
Condominium - Under Glass
Edith Piaf - Ding Din Don
Deerhunter - Rainwater Cassette Exchange
The Radio Dept. - Slottet #2
Yadana Myit - HMV P 14579, BX 6022
Julian Lynch - The Seed
Nico - You Forgot to Answer
Designer - Magic C
A combination sand and rain storm batters a lone automobile in Kuwait, May 1969.Photograph by David Cupp, National Geographic
Telephone Booth, 3 am, New Jersey, 1971, George Tice
+38° 38’ 43.63”, -109° 23’ 5.54”
the other day ellen and i were driving around dungeness and it was clear and very beautiful and all the mountains were out and she asked me if i believed in god and i said i didn’t know