Saturday, April 1, 2017

ki$$ it: goodbye

ki$$ it: goodbye  [i] 
by b. ye  tourists

welcome all, to paradise: a sight for all to see
more and more and more of you (and more and m$re for me)

and more and more (the ¢ost goes up) the more and m$re i need
to welcome all to paradi$e (to watch it die):

(inspired by projecting into the life of one who lives in paradise, but becomes dependent upon tourists) 

because more people means more pollution.  more short-term needs fulfilled, short-termly.  more resources sapped.  more toilets, flushed.

…and then the cruisers get back onto their cruise ship – none the worse for wear.  they came, they ate, they drank, and they flushed.

but paradise doesn’t seem the same as it was (before).  nature isn’t as natural.  human do-ings “doing” – seems like a battle against nature, not a Dance (with Her).

[i] martino, joal. (4.1-1.17). kiss it: goodbye.  book 78: dark days. © 2017 by

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