Monday, June 20, 2011

A Foot Asleep

To be a little bit tired. Motion lessened incrementally. A measured fashion. Rulers and such. A clock. Hash marks all around or filed neatly on edge. Somewhat distracted. A word, a word, can't be remembered but replaced by many others in stampede. Trampling is a leading cause of mortality, in an alphabetical sense. Or conversely in an alphabetical nonsense, more commonly. Why? might be a question asked. Only that it must be asserted rhetoric because a change in volume may net an echo but little in form of an answer. This continual might be asking is central to tiring. Measurement occurs implicitly. Suddenly it is still.