Monday, March 28, 2011

Another Weeping Woman + Corporate Bodies Colluseum

A newly published report reveals that children with epilepsy are more likely to have psychiatric symptoms, with gender a determining factor in their development. Findings showed that girls had more emotional problems, while boys had more hyperactivity/inattention problems and issues regarding peer relationships.

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Wallace Steven's from Harmonium

  Pour the unhappiness out
  From your too bitter heart,
  Which grieving will not sweeten.
  Poison grows in this dark.
  It is in the water of tears
  Its black blooms rise.
  The magnificent cause of being,
  The imagination, the one reality
  In this imagined world
  Leaves you
  With him for whom no phantasy moves,
  And you are pierced by a death.

Corporate Colosseum: Demonology cross talk between left and right hemispheres.
Israel is real: The great rift valley divides ALL the world at the MIDDLE EAST.
From Mt Kilimanjaro to the Blue Danube their is the Great Rift Valley and fits.
Sounds formed into pictures in an exhibition via a typeface visible to the light.

Stonewall will not read this because it to him it is an insult to his intelligence.
"Do not stand here" said the sign and MEME stood on X marks the spot and fell in.
An insult would be to say that SYMPTOM is a SIMPLETON abusing the 777 override.
Software what is it without hardware which contains a set of operand logic gates?

My dear departed friend ROWAN whom I miss very much suffered from GRAND MAL SEIZURES.
On a ship one night received a vision and from that day forward stopped his medication.
Never had another fit again in his life well except for a heart attack then his liver failed.
I learned from ROWAN he was  a Australian Cultural Terrorist who stole Weeping Woman.

MAD now what is MAD is it a COMIC BOOK that was MADE IN AMERICA a PARODIST?
Parody is a parallel account of events as they stand to show up foolish behaviors.

Meme as painted by Stonewalls words put into picture form by
Pablo Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno María de los Remedios Cipriano de la Santísima Trinidad Ruiz y Picasso

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