I believe your writing is growing ever more creative, brilliant,
delusional, and bizarre. Like VanGogh (or something). I like
that! This is good! And *very* good indeed to see..
I see the sign of an impending and rare cosmic event about to burst
forth in the heavens heralding the birth of the blossoming of a true
genius and Saviour transporting us into a blissful new age so we can
finish all that unfinished business known as "the Sixties".
the complications which are all about to be solved. This time no
one will miss out on *any* of it! Unless they're really really
screwed up. Keep it coming! I'll make sure it's seconded.
Even though no one will understand. It doesn't matter. You
will be Crucified for it. They always are. But I wouldn't
worry about it. Everything will all be Just Fine (after the
annoying part) -- best not to think about it. Remember it could be
always be worse somewhere else (I think, but you never know). Just
keep your mind focused on your Resurrection into the Heavenly Constellationary beside
"and reigning over" all our other persecuted,
rejected and crucified Gods and Saints of the Ages who finally figured
it all out and the solution and in joyous Revelation proclaimed it to
all. Only to find themselves winding up like their predecessors
dying like a starving craven dog. If they were lucky. But
don't worry about it. All this bodes well for *our* future (if not
for yours, sorry).
"..and heard it one last time.."
"Sail On! .. Sail On!
Sail On! ... and On!"
Wars and sibling rivalries will cease.
Money will be taken from the bad and given to the good.
Mankind will finally "get it".
"Sail On! .. Sail On!" ..
Ballads will be sung with your praises in vast Parades down Wall Street.
And Holidays will be proclaimed in your name. And the highest and
holiest one will be called Billmas. And every year upon this day
Popes and Kings will trek over vast desolate deserts, starving and going
mad chasing mirages in search of you to bow before and bring Frank,
Incense, and Muir to offer seeking forgiveness, redemption and
"..and to hear it one last time.."