COLOSSUS

COLOSSUS, Francisco de Goya (1746-1828)
may symbolize what we please:
the mysterious headache
of rationality, perhaps, and the
feeling of misery,
as the modern world
comes painfully into existence.

the mysterious modern headache
of the world comes painfully.

the COLOSSUS, by Francisco de Goya (b.1746-d.1828)
may symbolize what we please:
the mysterious headache
of rationality, perhaps, and a
monstrous headache;
demonstrously headachery
feeling of mysterious misery,
of aching, head-area despair
as mystery wires arc mystere.
mister, this headache is mysterious,
head-wracked, aching, fugue,
mistaken aching hammered-head broken.

the modern mysterious headache
of the world passes painfully out to
existence.

mysteriously headache!

rationality of, perhaps, and the
monsters’ mystery injury:
a mousterian acheyhead
arching of misery,
of lead-ache despair.
master, this headache is Mr. Mysterious,
head-cracked toxic ache weeping,
mistaken aching head swell unsleeping.

the mysterious world comes painfully into
the modern head.

OSSUS, Frank Godson (!&*^-!*@#)
may symbolize what, please?
a mysterious he a dach e
of modern rationality, perhaps, and the
monster.
not-so mysterious ache-head,
mister,
fleeting,
despair,
head stolen.

the mystery comes
(a too-tight head-piece).

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