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                                          Have what, now?

                       20s – practise say-it-is
                       30s – build and deposit say-it-is
                       40s – consolidate say-it-is and show
                       10s – how to make the play by example or instruction
                       50s – hold onto say-it-is
                       60s – retire and say-how-it-was
                       70s – say how-it’s-changed
                       80s – see how it’s lost
                       90s – know they never had anything
                     100s – wait to start all over again





change wormhole: the library, / you know …
Have wormhole: Beresford Square: // it’s alright it’s alright
life wormhole: across the room / through the patio doors / through the conservatory windows / at the bottom of the garden / the still bifurcated trunk of / the oak / before the let-grown hair and fringes / of the fir tree / blown every lifetime in a while by the winter sun // actually
lifetimes & living wormhole: again
samsara wormhole: to live with