Tuesday, October 23, 2012

The Man on the Wheel

by Gretchen, Marjory, Anne, Maxine, Margaret, Ernest, Philamine, [Alice, Lana]

[What's your first impression of the picture?]

Not watching where he’s going. With hair on his head, he looks big. He’s not really straight, thinking he’s at that road. That’s a man that did it by himself. I have nothing to do with it. Look at that. That’s what they hand to me. I don’t know who the hell that is! I never saw it! I guess he’s on a pretty big thing. He seems happy. He’s looking at the situation around him to know what he can talk about. I think he’s trying to be a modern bicyclist. He’s younger, not mid-life yet. The bicycle was sent to him so he could do something.

[Do we want to give him a name?]

What’s his name? We gotta give him a name – James, just James. Good God.

[What does he want?]

He wants to get people out. We don’t see any more people. The people there are down below wondering what they’re going to do. Do you recognize that man? He’s the one who was telling everybody about all the good things. Why was I supposed to tell him? I’m not at the present to them. I don’t know him! I don’t want it near me. I’d rather you have it than I do.

[Who are the people?]

They’re just regular people. Friends he meets, issues in their personalities that would decide what kind of people there should be.

[What is your favorite personality?]

Yes, and no, I guess. I hope people are sincere. People want to get out! Sound like a good idea? The people really actually care. They can get out with his help.

[Explain their personalities.]

You’re the one, huh? Well, you’re on the list. Wait a minute, give me your hands. Now pull me! Some place he lives tells what people are like. They won’t all be good people. It seems like there’s always some people that are different. It’s not working. I want you to keep an eye out. Don’t give anything out, something’s not right. We’ll take care of this ourselves. Bring them to my office tomorrow morning.

I don’t know any bad personalities in my family. They weren’t very truthful, misrepresenting themselves. You put your trust in them thinking they were okay, but not really. Hypocrite! Let’s hope there aren’t too many. Why’s he gonna get everybody out? What’ll he use the place for?

[What will James do with the empty space?]

He wants it to go with what he wants to do and feel and think. He covers it all so he can hide if he wants. He might not be thinking that way now. He’s thinking about the beautiful world! Oh, yes! I know it. I just hear things, here and there. I’ll kind of watch out now and then.

[Tell me about the beautiful world.]

 Birds and bees. Christmas is coming! I hear many things. For me, they pass out a lot of things. I went out on and thought it was very interesting. I stayed there a while and had a good time, too. The next time, it was just beautiful. Who can do something and who can’t. beautiful is not tearing down, and they love it. Red. Smells like fragrance. Sunshine. Good weather.

[How should the story end?]

We should have a beautiful world.  The people want permission to build a plan. It’s hard, too.

[What does James really think?]

He has no idea. He’s observant. He wants to be in the future.

[What's in their future?]

Good ideas to better themselves, to do good things. Everything looks good, and everything goes good. I don’t know, the things that are best. You know, the stuff you bring, something to eat or drink. It’s what you want to give them. Be nice to them. Give them things they need, do what they like, smile.

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