M: Writings ’67–’72 by John Cage

By John Cage

Quite often mesostics encouraged by way of song, mushrooms, Marcel Duchamp, Merce Cunningham, Marshall McCluhan, and so on. and comprises "Mureau"-composed from the writings of Henry David Thoreau.

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Though they are no longer operable in the real world. When we went by mail-boat to visit Fuller, the fog was so thick you couldn't see where you were going. That night he talked by candlelight. lifted. In the morning the fog had All the islands of the Penobscot were visible, even the ones in the distance. larger. It was like Matsushima, but We'll keep the Stop and Go signs— even their colors: red and green. But we'll give the signs the ability to observe traffic so that the Go sign will not appear when there are no cars waiting to go.

The human species would become normally unreproductive. Should a couple wish to have a child, they'd go to special stores to procure their food. Every child a wanted child. CVI. hard clay the earth/ iron-weed the corn/ that was my crib (Teeny fifteen years old) / / the situation is hopeless, we have nothing to worry about. Post-graduate studies. Quantum Theory. January. Drove across Ding Darling Sanctuary on Sanibel off Florida's western coast. Saw vulture; hawks; 17 ducks and smaller birds; white, blue, black and grey taller birds, poised on branches or stalking the shallow waters.

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