Odin looked at his toe it was all bloody.
He thought a minute.
Oh yeah he stubbed it earlier in the day.
One mystery solved.
Odin walked to the store, not raining, crow recognized him, followed him to the store.
Do animals have consciousness? They think. They solve problems, is that consciousness? Also crows lie and steal, they look over their shoulders when they’re doing something shady to see if anyone is watching.
Here, Odin gives the crow a hard sausage. A piece of one. Then he gives the crow a second piece to see what it will do.
It studies the pieces. It arranges them side by side, perpendicular, then parallel until it has them arranged in such a fashion that it can get both into its beak at the same time and do something – hide them or fly off with them, Odin doesn’t stick around to watch.
It could have just flown off with one, left the other, come back for it later, but a second crow was watching so it had to take both.
What say the hanged?
I seen you on the dock letting the sunrise warm your face, you were smiling.
I remember how you liked to pick cigarette butts out of the gutter, back when you were still learning to walk.
Second-prettiest eyes I ever saw, some mechanic, brown eyes glowing amber in autumn sunlight.
Prettiest: green-eyed girl in an airport long time ago stopped me in my tracks.
What say the slain?
Nihilism is childish.
Agnosticism is where it’s at.
Certainty is for morans.
Who knows? Not me.
Who knows? Not me. Let’s find out.