sabato 22 settembre 2018

la tempesta perfetta ( 3)- tuoni e non carezze

giovedì 20 settembre 2018

Un giorno troverò le parole giuste,
e saranno semplici.

 ( Jack Kerouac )

martedì 18 settembre 2018

il problema, almeno stando alle cronache, al dibattito sui social e agli echi della politica potrebbe essere costituito dal fatto che la maggior parte delle persone nuota, costantemente e a dispetto dell'anagrafe, tra la fase anale e la fase fallica, dando per buoni i postulati di Freud ( che conosco così poco, a dir del vero, che nemmeno ho capito come ha declinato la fase fallica per le rappresentanti del sesso femminile )

venerdì 14 settembre 2018

Sarebbe bello salutare la sigaretta, lasciandosi da buoni amici

domenica 9 settembre 2018

Ma i chinotti sognano Montecristo?

venerdì 7 settembre 2018

man, he said, sitting on the steps
your car sure needs a wash and wax job
I can do it for you for 5 bucks,
I got the wax, I got the rags, I got everything
I need.

I gave him the 5 and went upstairs.
when I came down 4 hours later
he was sitting on the steps drunk
and offered me a can of beer.
he said he'd get the car the next

the next day he got drunk again and
I loaned him a dollar for a bottle of
wine. his name was Mike
a world war II veteran.
his wife worked as a nurse.

the next day I came down and he was sitting
on the steps and he said,
you know, I been sitting here looking at your car,
wondering just how I was gonna do it,
I wanna do it real good.

the next day Mike said it looked like rain
and it sure as hell wouldn't make any sense
to wash and wax a car when it was gonna rain.

the next day it looked like rain again.
and the next.
then I didn't see him anymore.
a week later I saw his wife and she said,
they took Mike to the hospital,
he's all swelled-up, they say it's from the

listen, I told her, he said he was going to wax my
car, I gave him 5 dollars to wax my

he's in the critical ward, she said,
he might die . . .

I was sitting in their kitchen
drinking with his wife
when the phone rang.
she handed the phone to me.
it was Mike. listen, he said, come down and
get me, I can't stand this

I drove on down there, walked into the
hospital, walked up to his bed and
said, let's go Mike.

they wouldn't give him his clothes
so Mike walked to the elevator in his

we got on and there was a kid driving the
elevator and eating a popsicle.
nobody's allowed to leave here in a gown,
he said.

you just drive this thing, kid, I said,
we'll worry about the gown.

Mike was all puffed-up, triple size
but I got him into the car somehow
and gave him a cigarette.

I stopped at the liquor store for 2 six packs
then went on in. I drank with Mike and his wife until
11 p.m.
then went upstairs . . .

where's Mike? I asked his wife 3 days later,
you know he said he was going to wax my car.

Mike died, she said, he's gone.

you mean he died? I asked.

yes, he died, she said.

I'm sorry, I said, I'm very sorry

it rained for a week after that and I figured the only
way I'd get the 5 back was to go to bed with his wife
but you know
she moved out 2 weeks later

an old guy with white hair moved in there
and he had one blind eye and played the French Horn.
there was no way I could make it with


martedì 4 settembre 2018

Ho ancora il presagio di tanta nostalgia