It Feels Like A Tea Stain
Equally complicated: the idea of agnosia, or unknowing, which is what one ideally finds, or undergoes, or achieves, within this Divine Darkness. Again: this agnosia is not a form of ignorance, but rather a kind of undoing. (As if one knew then forgot? But what did one know?) –Maggie Nelson, Bluets
Lately, I’ve been playing with the idea of unknowing.
Irrevocable, wavered, and unconscious.
Loss of, obviously. Lost the hinges. Frail.
An excuse to get back to the meaning.
A refusal. An elongated kiss from inner ankle to wrist.
An orgasm that changes beliefs and character.
Like a wish on a lingering laundry line and the permanence.
Ah, the permanence-fusing-together.
Like magnets and carnations.
The best kind of love mimics lust, a dab of trust, and conversation.
The best kind of love stays.
It feels like a tea stain.
Today I am overwhelmed. I have agnosia. There is little left to believe in. This is ok.
I am undone.
Walt Disney animator: Brian Kesinger is an absolute utter genius for this tea-stained art thumbnail.
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