Harper to Hull
I went to the library, and in that time I had all these thoughts:
My nose has been stuffed recently because I've been sick, but when it was outside it smelled like something. I couldn't put my finger on it, but I found it weird that the outside smelled. Usually, outside doesn't smell. It went on for so long I figured it must be my nose that smelled. I thought to myself, "My boogers must be moldy," but then it stopped when I got inside. I think it was a pseudo-sweet-bready-moldy smell.
While looking at the ground and walking forward, it felt like I was moving backwards. I wasn't sure why at first, but then I realized that, truly, the entire world was moving backwards. That's what happens when you walk forward: the world moves backwards. Then, it felt like I was walking in place and the world was moving past me, like a treadmill. It wasn't so bad when I looked up and in the distance. I think the only solution to this is for me to walk backwards to go anywhere, so that it feels like I'm actually moving in the positive direction.
The sensation I felt in my brain in the above paragraph gave me a similar sensation as to when I close my eyes while sitting in my desk chair. Sometimes, it feels like my head/consciousness is a about two feet above my body. Disembodiment?
The top of Hull Gate almost looks like a veve, or, at least, it has some similar characteristics. Incidentally, I've been obsessing a little bit over veves recently. Look them up; their these magical symbols used in voodoo.
It is night time and a young man is walking on his college campus. He finds himself completely alone--no one in sight for as far as he can see. He takes off all his clothes as fast as he possibly can, does a backflip completely naked, puts his clothing back on, and then continues walking. Little does he know, someone is in their office sitting by the window and sees the whole thing. She thinks to herself, "Did that just happen?"