Text based adventures {ongoing}



Do you remember a time playing text-based-adventures?

Do you remember those blank pages lying in your printer?


Do you remember,

a time dreaming away in a glass of milk?


Blank page, M.

Imagine a text based adventure printed with milk on a blank page of paper.

You came to the right place.





Holding morning thoughts


Crumbling bread.

A waiter served cold water with lemon taste.

There are 50 men out there, but in here I only find you.


An English watch,

stoic,

mumbling.


Do you see those birds?

In circles,

in squares.

Touching tales.
With lemon taste.




Lemon taste


I looked out of the window while sipping the last sip of water.

It was a special green glass, slightly curved and decorated with olive shaped glass pearls.


Look up! Do you see that?

A blue ceiling, two birds going in circles.

Georges Braque.
I whispered.

Are they really going in circles?

Still Life, a black pitcher with lemons.
I moved my hand into the painting and filled my empty glass.



Press


I ordered some books today:

Amazon, stories about a dying rainforest.

Jobs, the private life of Karl Marx.

Le Petit Prince, the little Prince in French.



I ordered them alphabetically


Starting with the Prince,

and ending with le Petit.




Minimalism


White bed sheets.

White pillows.

White walls.

White toilet paper.



I’m becoming a minimalist.

Cannot wipe my ass anymore though.




Blank Polaroid

Blank Polaroid

I met my uncle at the bus stop this morning.

He showed me his new phone.

I shouted: No pictures!



The next moment he grabbed something out of his pocket and gave it to me.

It was a blank Polaroid,

from the time I was young.



Invention of the Wheel


Italian Uncle (pointing at a gate on a crossing):

M., tell me why is the gate not perpendicular to the cross?

M.: Mmm…

because now you can see its third dimension.

Italian (Unrelated): Right!



I see you bought a new pair of sunglasses; may I try?

Blue!

Like water,

a present from the city where I grew up.



U: You want to try mine?

M: Wow, multiple layers.

I: It depends how you look through it.


Uncle (Philosopher at home): I took the wall out, so I can walk in circles while thinking, it speeds up the process.


Half-cut crown moldings,

bathroom tiles entering the kitchen.