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Franz Kafka’s signature in a letter to Milena Jesenská. It reads:
Franz wrong,  F  wrong, Yours wrongnothing more, calm, deep forest
Prague, July 29, 1920.
Kafka and Jesenská met twice: once in Vienna for four days, and in Gmünd for one. Kafka gave her his diaries at the end of his life.
lightbeforelightbehindme:

this life is as hard as you make it
17 7/8” x 17 3/4”
resin stick, china marker, charcoal on cabinet door
2.2014
w. tucker
wtucker-art.com
» augusts 2

asfaltics:


au gusts
(see trade)

gusts, duration of
short gusts
long gusts
fleeting gusts
vanishing gusts

gusts of things
nothing gusts
vestigial gusts

gusts of ennui

gusts of passion
vulgar gusts
spiritual gusts

gusts of dust
a vast unfolding equation of, a storm
(see aeolian transport)
(see loess)
(see despair)

dry gusts (see Foehn wind)
wet gusts (see tears)

a gust of reversals
a gust of reverses
(see headwind)
(see fate)

gusts of oh that’s, would that’s
(see utinam)

a gust of opposition
opposing gusts

gusts of fame
gusts of rumor
echoic gusts
archaic gusts

gusts of lists
a list of gusts
(see menu)
(see culinary tablets, e.g., YBC 8958)

gusts of mores
gusts of lessens

gusts of rises
gusts of falls
falling gusts

gusts, their rise and fall

august gusts
augean gusts

historical gusts
a geste, of gusts
and gest, of gust

a gust of memory
forgotten gusts
forlorn gusts
lonely gusts

vague gusts
(see dreams, gustal)

pending gusts
threatening gusts

gusts of errors
gusts of errors and corrections
gusts of solar winds
interstellar gusts

marginal gusts
boundary gusts

a gust of anecdotes
anecdotal gusts (see gestes)

gustal dreams (were it a word)

Au, gusts of, astern
Au, gusts of, ahead

gusts of spores
a gust of scorn

gusts of sense
gusts of nonsense

gusts of signals
gusts of noise

analphabetical gusts
in noise
a gust for noise

gusts of silence

au gusts

augusts
 

 
— the second of three asfaltics posts to the Guardian series Poster Poems August .

rudygodinez:

Unknown Photographer, Oscilloscope Photographs Taken with One Sweep of the Scope, (1963)
Dora Maurer, Reversible and changeable phases of movement etude 3, 1973
b-w photos, white calk, 70 x 100 cm
Collection of the Hungarian Museum of Photography, Kecskemét12. kép. Reverzibilis és felcserélhető mozgásfázisok, etűd 3
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