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a message not necessarily in a bottle:       

July 13, 1946
Dear General MacArthur,
With your permission
I offer wishes of good health,
During this heat
That burns anything.
                                      The words I slowly put together Do not flow easily,
                                                                            they only fill my heart
Recently, fulfilling
Your hearts desire
You removed the whalingMoratorium.
Your gesture brings
A much needed food
To our community
And families,                                                         The words I slowly put together
                                                                                                                    Do not flow easily,
they only fill my heart
A million year old fossil
I send to you.
This comes from my family
And the ancient sea.
A prehistoric impression
Of the modern krill,
She feeds the noble whale,
And offers you longevity
                                                             The words I slowly put together
Do not flow easily,

                                                                                                                                    they only fill my heart
Finally, please take good care in the heat.

Sincerely yours,Shizuka
if i was a icelandic musical gamine and was in love with the merriest of art
world’s pranksters, dammit, i would also have his put me on a oil rig ship and sail me across madness.    

who wants to go see and be scared of Drawing Restraint 9  

by matthew barney, idaho’s prodigal son
music by: bjork icelands swan and barnmeister’s muse.
AND YOU ALL TAKE GOOD CARE IN THE HEAT

 

 

  

    

      

 
 

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