New LL the Portmanteau video: The Superposition of Brain Content



The superposition of brain content comes with the superposition of simultaneous existences of differing probabilities.
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The Superposition of Brain Content

When will I see you? 
You'll see me 
In a galaxy
Far far away
Behind the moon
Beyond the rain
Shot from the bow

Off to that land I go
The desert of crawling thoughts
Substance of vapour 
Weight like marble 
Downy as cloudy cotton
Slap like flying fish wings 

Waves of the ocean
soft water crashing 
hard with sharp devotion

Where brutality increases  
The softer its substance
Accelerated with distance
Superposition of materiality
There and not plurality 

There I slip slip slip
Down the soft sharp 
Dip dip dip
Slide slide slide
Kisses on the other side.
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In this video we have the pleasure of hearing the vocal chords of Sir Alexander Holt.
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New LL the Portmanteau video: The World of Wordshapes


I prefer books. For company, for education. Everything, really.

In the books they're just ideas, they're just words; and so much more aligned with how I see the world. I see words everywhere. I just turn everything into words. Everything is shaped like letters.

In "Plato's Cave" we have the reflection of the ultimate concept. We look at the world around us: the shapes are simply the shadows of what the concept is. I jump straight to the concept. I see the shadow but I'm thinking of the concept. The way I do that is by wording the concept.

This is why I prefer reading. When I'm reading, things are more real. It's like skipping a step because I go straight into the mind, I go straight into the words. Of course the words are describing humans, actions, situations and so on, but in books specifically they're doing it in a way that is much easier for my brain to process.

A lot of people, when they read the words, as they're reading: they're imagining a scene or they're visualising the situation or sympathising with emotions. I'm just taking the words on.

It's a translation that is already done for me, which is a translation I have to do in everyday life. Maybe it's just because I'm a writer that words matter more to me.

My brain has obsessively started to transform everything into words.

And when I say words I don't mean speech, I mean the shapes of the letters that make up the image of the written out word.  This is how I visualise the world.
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This text has been written and spoken by Lira Leirner in July 2013
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New LL the Portmanteau video: How does your heart beat in the Winter?


How does your heart beat in the winter?
My heart beats like quiet snow, filled with sizzle, warmth, upheaval, symmetry, reflection.
Today is the first day of frost: Breathe deeply, look for new in old.
How does your heart beat in the winter?
Write your answer in the comments below.
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