ginsberg/burroughs and the facebook algorithm
two old beats smoking cigarettes eating watermelon and talking about philosophy and societal ills. i wonder if they had a phone that could do a live video if they would have made more sense. nope i figure. they made all the sense i needed then or now. car salesman could not have ‘sold’ me quicker than they did with their words. when you become just a little open to openness you are like that watermelon on their table. eatable but at the same time capable of spreading the seeds of a peculier religion. like a perverse johnny appleseed apostle.
the heat of words
at a book burning
4 thoughts on “Haibun 94”
Excellent one, Mike! love that closing line about Johnny Appleseed! 🙂
Thanks, I love these two characters.
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Love, love this! Had to look up Johnny Appleseed.