A long abandoned composition, I’ve discovered it on my vaulted document. It describes a dream I had, but a few minutes after I woke up, I could no longer gather memories to continue the composition, so this is all I got…

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10 thoughts on “(Vault) EXE/EXE/ONE

    1. I doubt it, my dreams are sporadic and I have awful memory in general. Took me 15 minutes to forget this one, and I don’t have any recurrent ones.
      Anyway, thank you so much Kristian.

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    1. I like your version more than my own, but it was meant as a play on XXI (as in our century) and .exe, the executable computer file format.
      From what I’ve gathered, it’s meant as a strange ellusive comp on how the world operates, or does not, depending on how you read it.

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      1. Oh, I appreciate this, although I’m not (at all) the religious sort.

        Caliath is not representative of anything, at least not intentionally, it’s just a name I give my notebooks. Some are called Caliath and others are called Molly.

        I’m bound to explore more of your blog whenever I can, it seems very interesting indeed.

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  1. “Rise, Produce and Consume, Succumb”… This line speaks to me as an engaging description of our days. Active verbs that initially seem suggestive of a day full of life and at the same time… Repetitive– suggestive of monotony and uninspired living. We are not what we think we are.

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    1. Thats exactly how they are meant. It’s the only part of the composition I added after, with exasperation and repetition.
      Yet, this is vague criticism, as I do the same and so do most of us, we have no choice but to survive.
      Thank you for reading Tallamy, it means a lot, truly.


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