THE BODY WITHOUT ORGANS
Mr. Artaud wants everyone in the world to understand the meaning of life.
What is poetry?
What is speech?
What is beauty?
What is happiness?
What is hope?
What does the word mean?
What does the meaning imply?
The body without organs, the mind without a mind, and the body without speech are part of Nature. Everything I have seen, understood, and loved.
Whenever I come across the shore of an ancient place, an ancient sea of flowers, all my old wounds heal.
My vision has been as beautiful as your eyes were.
THE HEROIC DREAM OF THE FUTURE
Language is _____, no longer what it used to be
-the heroic dream of the future.
The suffering organisms die.
And if they do not die, then;
Why should their bodies exist?
The emotional machines in the sky are as brutal as they ever were. When they began to churn, the sun started to pout.
Language is _____, no longer what it used to be.
-The heroic dream of the future.
MACHINES’ S DESIRE IS THE DESIRE OF THE OTHER.
Machines arose from a scarce trimeter in a breeze’s breeze.
They became poets by chance, lovers by accident.
The poet Oedipus, from where the verses that illuminated their bodies came, proclaimed their desires.
What’s the univocal in memories if forgetting is much more chaotic than remembering?
The group of abnormal esoterics emancipated their languages as a cultural conquest of utopic justice.
Machines dream the same dream: they imagine themselves floating in the sky, floating in the warm air, dreaming of a world in a single moment of eternity.