Waitin’ for the manifest.
— Doc Watson, “Blue Railroad Train”
The object doesn’t contain the content.
— Gerardo
You would want to experience them like you would experience a poem.
— David
It’s so nice to be horizontal.
— Becca
I kind of felt that I was cheating. And then I was like: I’m not cheating.
— Dana Schultz
You look up and you realize there is this unreal masonry arch over the produce section.
— Nat Oppenheimer
Cornball jokes down here.
— John Hunter
No man loses his shadow except it is in the night, and even then his shadow is hidden, not lost.
— Derek Walcott, “From Omeros”
No ideas but in things.
— William Carlos Williams via Paul Muldoon
I’m me.
Me be.
I am.
— Weezer, “Undone (The Sweater Song)”
What brought you to this curious piece of literature?
— Teddy
Interestingly, it is the mere probability.
— Charles C. Camosy, “Peter Singer and Christian Ethics”
As my wife, the professional ethicist, often says: we don’t make important decisions in our life for rational reasons very often.
— Keith Barrington, “23 Weeks 6 Days," Radiolab
Through the shells of empty buildings and great columns of glass.
They say you don’t look.
They say you don’t look.
— Andrew Bird, “Orpheo Looks Back”
The danger would be to be too reductive that it would become a concept.
— Jesse Reiser
Art is something that’s wrapped around it maybe.
— Kai
— Ratatat, “Ghostface Killah & Jadakiss - Run”
Like hammocks of skin.
— Paul Muldoon, “Dancers At The Moy”
— David, C.O.G.
Friction is good, it keeps things together.
— John Hunter