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November 01 , 2007

Landfill Museum


The writing in the unraveling scroll "The natural jungle has but disappeared" is an early environmental-global warming poem (1987) that later became the drive force for the painting 'The Car Commercial' (1991). These next passages are two different poems in the book, restacked in curious context.
"No time left for counting, counting up the planet's losses,
for I'm just a soul of a dirt clod vs. flying saucers.
Rocket ships fly high and the moon is full of dust
while some time ago the robot knew that he was going to rust..."
"Heaven isn't far away around the corner of today past
the sorrow and confusion living dreams beyond illusion."

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