Of Many Feces And One Holy Sheet - Poem by Alexandre Nodopaka
The difference between the shroud of
Turin and toilet paper is that one is
an extreme limited edition of one and
the other is mass produced in an
unlimited open edition flushed daily.
As a matter of fact both remind me
of the same brown streaks found on
white underwear. It deals with man's
perception of in-sanity or out-sanity
and his perception of originality.
It also deals with his never-fulfilled
obsession with uniqueness and
the unacceptable thought that he's
just an atomic replica of the universe
contained in a subatomic holographic
replicate and can be replaced
ad infinitum, the way of toilet paper,
is overly disturbing.
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