A most unusual and rare relic from the goblin castle..

by angeliska on March 30, 2004

 We survived the ball, which seemed to be a smashing (meant quite literally) success- with relatively few mishaps..I didn’t sleep for a few days, and my bones feel like baseball bats attacked them- but it’s done now, and pictures and (…)

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Ghost Story

by angeliska on March 22, 2004

Tonight, walking back from dinner I asked my friend the magician if he wanted to see where I used to live. He was amenable, and so we made our way there to the tower surrounded by crepe myrtles to see (…)

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by angeliska on March 19, 2004

Why don’t you try to do without him? Why don’t you try to live alone? Do you really need his hands for your passion? Do you really need his heart for your throne? Do you need his labour for your (…)

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"All My Sad Captains"

by angeliska on March 14, 2004

I realized upon waking up recently that I had forgotten a birthday- my own.I somehow had forgotten my age for the last three months or so,and have been telling people automatically that I am a year younger than I truly (…)

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by angeliska on March 9, 2004

Propaganda designed by CABARET REVOLTAIRE – DADA BALLZ’otz Collective PresentsAn Interactive Chaos SalonSurrealist Art Openingand Experimental Extravaganza Cabaret Revoltaire is a revival of Dada and Surrealist art, and an interactive happening featuring static, visual and performance art, live music and (…)

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Unrelated topics for those bored by Christ.

by angeliska on March 3, 2004

In preparing for the first performance of the – Nico our Lady of Chelsea Girls Choir –for the Dada Ball, I was reminded ofthis helpful mantra for moving throughthe Seven Stations of The Nico. I am not afraid of my inner (…)

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DREAM – subconscious adventures #1375

by angeliska on March 1, 2004

A little dappled faun and a similarly dappled baby bunny have been abandoned by veterinary science because it is believed that they are too injured to be saved. I gather them up in my arms and take them home. They (…)

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