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Tag: Bob Dylan

Tilting at Windmills

Lyrics by Bob Dylan from I Want You & Don Quixote by Pablo Picasso

Dylan. Dance. Prophetic Trance.

Constructing a Self-Referential Collage

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Moon shattering upon a highway her voice inside you.

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Her voice inside you, a falling stone.

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Her mountain stone an echo, your mouth erupting.

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Tattooed with Hittite song her skin barely visible, a windshield.

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Her Hittite moon evaporating, condensing upon your windshield.

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She confuses you while casting forth the vibrant song of singing birds.

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Birdsong at work within you, within a song-stone breeze, erupting.

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Her stone-sliding an echo.

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Almost a whisper

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Your voice evaporating & erupting, an engineering marvel.

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Lyrics on collage from ‘Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues’  https://vimeo.com/113869969

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Young Woman With a Goldfish (on Dylan’s 73rd Birthday)

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 The transistor radio beneath my pillow

Like a Rolling Stone

Bob Dylan making something new

ancient again.

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A Study, No.1

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Rudolph Eickemeyer (American, 1862-1932)

Medium: Gelatin silver print

Accession Number: 1972.644.2

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Toronto street, March, 2014

all was still 

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