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Hangers In The Closet
THE MIND OF RD REVILO, The Blog (& Podcasts) 4 THE BROTHERS, THE BROTHERHOOD THE RESURRECTION OF OUR MANHOOD
- Look At Them, They LookLike Women
- But someone-thing haunts them
- Lockedinside the closet they’re living in
- Many think, most raped are women
- That’s Hollywood history
- A subconscious mystery
- Most who were raped were too youngto be men
- Why they’ve locked themselves in the closet
- They’re living in
- Sex farms, dressed up little she-boys
- Hiding from the pain, sexually driven insane
- Can’t stand the feminine smell or maternal noise
- So they flee from being men
- Wearing a mental burka fashioned by designer, Pray-tend
- Haunted by the bizarre, mindful of the hurt
- Of being rectally misused, anally abused
- From the plantation to the Church
- Leaving many, paternally confused
- Love is, hiding from pain
- Avoiding responsibility
- Needing someone stronger
- To overcome their memory
- Fragile then breakable now
- The bull, crazed castrated, carnally a cow
- Remembering is masturbating to please
- Someone else, never able to comfort thy self
- Or those…
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pasty skin slathered in sunscreen,
a house dragging them underwater,
the car one-half payment behind,
a couple gadgets for distraction,
caught in the 24-hour news cycle,
marching to the beat of another,
these would make Orwell proud
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Day 961: Pareidolia
The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally
My son Aaron, who has a very nice face, tells me that “Pareidolia” is the word for our tendency to see human faces where they do not exist.
For example, when I faced this car, yesterday, in Edinburgh, Scotland …
… it looked, to me, like it had a human face.
We probably see human faces, where they do not actually exist, as a way make the unfamiliar more reassuring.
It’s also reassuring to see actual human faces, especially if they look friendly.
That’s Joanna, who reassured us that the unfamiliar Scottish custom of including white AND pink marshmallows on hot chocolate was actually practiced widely across Europe.
That’s Fearghas, with whom we swapped recommendations about what shows to see at the Festival Fringe.
That’s one of the faces of the terrific improv group Men with Coconuts, whom we’ve faced several times this year and during the Festival Fringe in…
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