i wanna pick your raving mind oh robin egg blue cotton skin oh robin egg blue cotton skin oh robin egg blue cotton skin i wanna pick your raving mind oh robin egg blue cotton skin oh robin egg blue cotton skin oh robin egg blue cotton skin i wanna pick your raving mind oh robin egg blue cotton skin oh robin egg blue cotton skin oh robin egg blue cotton skin do you remember? the alarm clock malfunctioned and my face was splattered with sound the alarm clock malfunctioned and my face was splattered with sound do you remember? I am much too light Unbearably light Unbearably young It’s my generation You can rest your head on my spine We are the last two spoons in the draw Imagine seeing from a mile away Something that’s smaller than a mile is long. The alarm clock malfunctioned and my face was splattered with sound Pany, when we speak of love do we mean love Or something the gardener will rip up? Summer is here – the birds have found their lovers and the people think of parasols, which shake in the morning wind I spoke to the women there they found out so many secrets about you I fought a man once with steel toecap boots on The sky is white like a sheet of paper. Someone maybe is writing a letter? What if you imagine something so small that you can’t imagine anymore rats go in swans come out


INFORMATION

Scroll is a bi-annual “arts” journal sometimes informed by the following tenets:

  1. Art is a play with distance and focus; art never arrives and is never in focus.
  2. Art and artists do not exist.
  3. Art and artists do exist.
  4. To take advantage of topicality is iniquity.
  5. Art is the friction between items 2 and 3.
  6. To make art you must be a butterfly catcher as well as a caterpillar.
  7. Confidence is always meretricious but like fangs is useful.
  8. If humans make art, so do all lifeforms, whether tulips or trout or whatever.
  9. “I am nature” is a really good artist’s statement.
  10. If item 2 is true, then artists never die.
  11. Art is not limited to “Art”.
  12. Artists are not the only “Artists”.
  13. Cynicism seems like a bad mode but so do earthquakes. Still optimism seems wise.
  14. No method or mode can be applied successfully to everything.
  15. A true “art” is unintelligible to everyone but the artist. Sorry.
  16. Anyone who gives more than he has is a thief.
  17. Your mind doesn’t tell you the truth.


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