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Kerouac Rules for Spontaneous Prose #18

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Work from pithy middle eye out, swimming in language sea

Corporate strategies and quintessential knowledge aside, how good does it feel to take over a meeting with a flash of eye– sleight of hand—getting that mojo in the pow-bang-whaz of power point porn! You can stake hold this, baby! I’ve got the deliverable goods to make sure this party is going forward, moving forward, breaking through the clutter and pushing the envelope. Full thrust, yo, we’re doing the needful. Globalize the lot. We’ve brought a clear goal to the table and we are getting ready to chow down!

Let’s calibrate expectations and open this kimono, baby. We got an exit strategy on the runway. The high order thinking on soul engagement is the paradigm shift that will bring on that robust sea change that will allow us to run like a business…

Or we can just sit back with a cup of tea and a comic and groove on the colours.


AN UNEXPECTED VISITOR

AN UNEXPECTED VISITOR.

Yes. Yes, I have been much engaged elsewhere. But I am reading…and writing…and pining…and encouraging hallucinations. Do not be alarmed. It was a happy accident. For now, do muse on this that I found on another blog (Keep Rollin Sixes, you rock xx).


Kerouac Rules for Spontaneous Prose #13

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Remove literary, grammatical and syntactical inhibition

Ann: Hey, Sarah. I’m going to try something. Thought i’d tell you cuz I don’t want you horrified and shit.
Sarah: uh-oh. what are you thinking?
Ann: Lemme read this to you, yo. REMOVE LITERARY, GRAMMATICAL AND SYNTACTICAL INHIBITION. That’s what I gotta do for the blog tomorrow.
Sarah: (horrified face) oh god. no.
Ann: I gotta do it.
Sarah: ok. but it is so hard for me not to try to edit it especially if it is not in my own handwriting.
Ann: I know, right? so I gotta do it.
Sarah: ok. oh god… ok.

Ann: (clears throat)”running, rolling, rambling out on that road at a viciously, vivacious speed shouting out in the vernacular voom-voom-vooming aloud…”

Sarah: oh god. oh god.

…AND SCENE.

Note: Sarah is more than just my work colleague..she is the Spock to my Kirk. The Stabilising-Editor to my Freak-Writer…also my watcher when I get far too drunk on port to know what is good for me…but I digress. Once I read this out loud to Sarah, I said, “This was fun. It actually was pretty good.” Sarah laughed then said, “Yes. actually it was pretty good. It could have gone so wrong.”


Critical Hit

Critical Hit

“Crit to the heart. Life shoots out and you are toast, yo! aka Marriage”

“Oh hush. It’s not all doom and gloom. You got happy people out there. Just chill.”

“Yeah, there are happy people out there. Namely the one that is with my now-ex-husband. Nevermind. Pass the absinthe.”

“Mate…you ARE on absinthe.”

“Oh shit. So YOU are not real, little dude?”

“Who are you calling “little”?

“YOU, you hobbit wanna be…”

“Are YOU really saying this? Or are you in character?”

“Oooops. sorry. Make your saving throw.”

“Dude. This is LIFE. There IS no saving throw…”

“Buggar.”


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