Monday, November 01, 2004


The optician's task is not to question
the concentration camp or the predilection
for wire-rimmed spectacles in the face
of new horned-frames. In fact, what is central
to the recurring theme of correction is:
One: an afternoon with your wife. Two:
some cognac and stockings, if you could. And
three - well, yes - three. What is there to say
but we told you so; - that in that
split-second where you are glancing upwards, there
in the photo, we notice your eyes have curiously become
two grey coins. And we entitle it
"Overcast Sky".

And we judge you harshly for it.

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