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Krim

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Down along the lonely grey dusty street, in an, by the looks of it, old neglected town, up against a sole large concrete wall belonging to nothing (a wall qua wall) is lying an old metal carcass of a small car and out of all the other grey corners of the dusty old street he, Krim, chose to contain himself squatted in this very carcass, when a woman’s voice screaming caught up with him, Krim, shouting KRIM, when then again from closer the voice reached him, Krim, screaming louder, KRIM, and here he, Krim, crawled out of the car and went down pacing fast the street along the wall away from the voice that reached him, Krim, still, quieter though shouting, KRIM, and went on, out of all the ways to went on, he, Krim, went on down to the right, where row of parked cars, was, and passed the first black car, came to a red car, took a rock from the ground and smashed the passenger window and got in, squatted down on the passenger seat on the pieces of broken glass, contained him, Krim, self, in the smell of pine simulacrum, first rocking in very low frequency, whorled as he, Krim, was, fell asleep for five minutes and woke up in two hours and opened the glove compartment (GC) and he, Krim, found there an instructions booklet, A4 paper, tissue paper, box of mints, which he, Krim, put in his, Krim’s, jacket pocket, a shoelace necklace, he, Krim, hung around his, Krim’s, neck and crawled out of the car, going further down the street, passed a blue car, came to the second blue car, then, he, Krim, returned to the red car, took his, Krim’s, piece of rock from the passenger seat, rereturned to the second blue car, smashed the window, got in the passenger seat, sat slowly on the pieces of broken glass, sat there for an hour, as the dusk came, then opened the glove compartment (GC) and he, Krim, found there an instructions booklet, tissue paper, box of half empty cigarettes, which he, Krim, put in his, Krim’s, inside pocket jacket, one sheet of money, he, Krim, put in his, Krim’s, outer pocket jacket and got out of the blue car, took the piece of rock and went on to the end of the street and out of all the other ways to went on, he, Krim, went on to the right, and after wenting on for some distance, he, Krim, went right, out of all the houses on the street, into the yard of seventh house on the street, smashed the window, got in, when he, Krim, heard voices, two or three, and he, Krim, whorled him, Krim, self in a closet and when the commotion of two or three voices broke, he, Krim, went to sleep for an hour or so, then woke up after unknown space of time, had a couple of mints, took from the closet a bag, put in it couple of items of clothes, which he, Krim, couldn’t see what they were and he, Krim, went out through the window into the yard and into the street, in the night, and went on to the direction of the street he hasn’t been before, and out of all the ways to went on, he Krim, went into the house, which was fourth from the seventh, broke the window, went into the kitchen, from the kitchen went into the guest room, from the guest room into the bedroom, where a couple slept, from the bedroom to the other bedroom, where children slept, from the other bedroom rewent to the kitchen, where he found foods, which he, Krim, put in his, Krim’s, bag and went out of the window, into the yard, where there was night, and into the street also, and went on to the direction, he, Krim, hasn’t been before, and after wenting on some distance, he, Krim, came to a green car, smashed the passenger window with his, Krim’s, rock, and the alarm started shouting in his, Krim’s, ears, as he, Krim, got into the car, sat down on the broken pieces of glass, sat so before he, Krim, got comfortable, opened the GC and from the alarm’s loud sound he, Krim, couldn’t count what there was and so put everything in his, Krim’s bag, then napped a little, but when he, Krim, couldn’t sleep properly, because of the alarm’s loud sound, he, Krim, go out of the car, took his rock and went on down the street in the direction, where he, Krim, hasn’t been before, until he, Krim, came to a train station, bought a ticket going in the direction of right with his, Krim’s, sheet of money, and waited for the train, that would possibly take him, Krim, somewhere nice and damp, meanwhile learning to look around, as he, Krim, looked around the desert around the station and the long rails and the two huts, one between the old neglected town and the rails and the other between the desert and the rails, and the man picking up pieces of garbage from the platform, that looked like his, Krim’s, father, and another man standing on the platform, looking across the rails, in the direction of the second hut, so that he, Krim, would know how to look around, when and where he, Krim, will come there, where there is nice and damp, and then he, Krim, looked around in his, Krim’s, bag to see what there was from the green car, namely, an instructions booklet, which he, Krim, put on the bench for leaving there, tissue paper and box of medicine, which he, Krim, left in the bag for taking with him, Krim, a shoe polish, which he, Krim, put on the bench for leaving there and a lipstick, which he, Krim, left in the bag for taking with him, Krim, when the train going right stopped in front of the hut and he, Krim, got on the train going right and took his, Krim’s, seat at the window, so as to learn looking around more, when, and it was now, the train going right will start (to go right) and the landscapes will appear visible through the window, as the train went right, of which there was the group of houses and the desert for a considerable distant, at what he, Krim, didn’t want to look around, so he, Krim, went to sleep for couple of hours and woke up in another couple of hours, when he, Krim, looked around out of the window and saw the same houses, but around which there was trees and green life, but as the train passed it, there was after still more desert, looking around at what he, Krim, got hungry and opened his, Krim’s, bag and took out some foods, he, Krim, took from the fourth house from the seventh, what counted some bread, yellow cheese and a piece of smoked ham, what would, he, Krim, knew make an acceptable sandwich, if only he, Krim had a knife, so he, Krim, putting everything back into his, Krim’s, bag, stood up and went to the back of the train, before he, Krim, went to the restaurant cart and after walking around for some distance, when no one was looking, he, Krim, took a steak knife from behind the counter and went on back to the front of the train, before he, Krim, went to his seat, took out the foods and cut off pieces of bread and cheese and ham, until he, Krim, made an acceptable sandwich, then put the rest in the bag and opened his, Krim’s, mouth to take a respectable bite, when, suddenly, the landscape appeared changed, what made him, Krim, close his, Krim’s mouth again and regard by looking around the sea, the part of it, visible from the window of the train that went on to the right, what, the sea, didn’t stop appearing in through the window for a considerable distance, that is, until, it, the train, came to halt at a station, when he, Krim, put the sandwich in the bag and crawled out of the train, into the station, which wasn’t hutlike, and from the station and through the nothut into a street, that wasn’t completely undusty, but was considerably less dusty than the street he, Krim, was whorled in the carcass of an old small car, from where he, Krim, followed an unknown smell, what he, Krim, learned to be the smell of the sea, before he came to the beach and went on to the right, passing some people lying on the sand and some towels, that were lied similarly to the people on the sand, without people, such as the white towel he, Krim, came to, under which he found a wallet that he, Krim, put in his, Krim’s, bag and went on, before he, Krim, went to the blue towel and from it took sunglasses and pack of cigarettes with some sheets of money in it and went on before he, Krim, came to the boulder with stairs and he, Krim, went on to the right and went up the stairs to a street, he, Krim, crossed the street and went on in the same direction and so went on before night came and when night came, he, Krim, went on to the right into another street, where he, Krim, went to black car, took out the piece of rock, smashed the window of the passenger side and got into the car seating on the broken pieces of glass, opened the GC and found an instructions booklet, tissue papers, a horror pocket book called NIGHT AND BLOOD, which he put in his, Krim’s, bag for keeps, a flashlight, with which he, Krim, did likewise and then he, Krim, slept for couple of hours after what he, Krim, woke up and crawled out of the car and went on for considerable distances in different streets before he, Krim, came to an open basement, that smelled familiar and whorled him, Krim, self in it, turned on the flashlight and started reading the pocket book of horror, where there was a little guy and at night, just before he went to sleep, he started coughing and coughing and coughed so much, he couldn’t even call mama to help and he coughed all night so hard he couldn’t even move and he coughed all night before blood came out of his mouth and he coughed so much, the pressure from the inside opened up his little throat and squirted out the blood and mucus and he coughed and coughed the blood and mucus from his throat all night before there was no more and he, Krim, took a respectable bite from his, Krim’s, sandwich, as he, Krim, read, that a man came to investigate, being an investigator, knowing only that to do, as they saw in little guy’s demise a murder, and the investigator took his, little guy’s, body to the morgue to do what only he knew to do and before night came he came to know that wound was “inflicted” from the inside and pondering this, as this was only what he knew to do, namely, how it came the wound to be “inflicted” from the inside, when, as night came, he, the investigator, started coughing and coughing so much, that when he took the phone and called someone for help, he could only cough into the receiver, then he dropped it and continued coughing and strong as he was, he coughed so strong, that his rectum collapsed and blood and shit blew out of there and he coughed until there was no more, when he, Krim, took another bite from his, Krim’s, sandwich and read how his, investigator’s, partner came to the morgue at dawn, as he was who he, the investigator, called when he was coughing out blood and shit and as he, the partner, saw his partner lying dead in blood and shit, he puked all over and made more mess, as he started vowing to avenge whoever did this to his partner and as he was vowing and puking, a medical expert, who did the autopsy of the little guy, came into the morgue with startling opinion, that the little guy wasn’t quite murdered, when he, the medical expert, saw the vowing and puking law enforcer and another lying in blood and shit and vomit, he himself became sick, but a sophisticated chap as he was, did it in the sink, when he, Krim, closed the book and fell asleep for couple of hours, when he, Krim, woke up at dawn and went down to the beach, taking with him, Krim, his, Krim’s, belongings and looked around, as he, Krim, knew how to do, and saw some people swimming and some people lying and he, Krim, took off his, Krim’s, clothes and went on to the sea before went into the water and started swimming, until he, Krim, was tired and then came out on the beach and lied down on the sand and slept for an hour before he, Krim, woke up and saw, that he, Krim, was sunbathed a bit and then stood up and went down on the beach to the right, before he, Krim, went to the stairs and went up the stairs and into the street, passed a cafe and went through the maze of tables, taking couple of sheets of money, as he, Krim, did, then went on to cross the street, passing a shop of watches, wenting on toward his, Krim’s, basement and when he, Krim, went to the basement, he, Krim, whorled him, Krim, self there and started reading in the pocket book of horror, that, when the partner and the medical expert finished vomiting, the medical expert told the partner, that the accident was not a murder and they started pondering, as this was only what they could do, before the night came and suddenly the partner started coughing so much, that he couldn’t breathe and the medical expert did everything he could to help him, but before he could, the partner was swimming in the blood and shit and mucus and the medical expert ran out of there, because he thought it might be contagious and he ran out to the street and started running around in stupor, for this was only what he could do, before police came and took him to detain him, for they took his running around to be the admission of guilt and when the night came again, the guard on duty had to watch, for this was only what he could do, how the medical expert exploded from coughing and the guard ran out on the street and started running around in hysteria, before police came and took him for questioning, when he, Krim, closed the book and went out in the street, at night, went on before he, Krim, went to the shop of watches, smashed the window with his, Krim’s, piece of rock and took five watches and rewent to his, Krim’s, basement to sleep for the night, when the dawn came and he, Krim, crawled out of the basement and went on to the beach and after he, Krim, sunbathed a bit, he, Krim, stood up and went on to the right, came to the stairs and went up the stairs into the street and went into the cafe and after looking around, he, Krim, crouched behind the bar counter and took couple of glasses and a bottle of scotch and went out into the street and went on toward his, Krim’s, basement and when he, Krim, went there, he, Krim, took an abandoned old chair and sat down in front of the basement, as he, Krim, opened the bottle, poured him, Krim, self some scotch and drank and smoked his, Krim’s, cigarettes all day with not a care in the world, before night came and he, Krim, went into the basement and whorled him, Krim, self and slept for couple of hours, before he, Krim, woke up and continued reading the pocket book of horror, where the guard, that was on duty when the medical expert exploded, had to be sent to the home for mentally wounded, as the other people concerned with the events of the day, went on pondering, as this was what only they knew to do, when one of them had a thought to inform of this a renowned and only scientist they had in town, so that possibly he would have answers to their obscure questions and would possibly put an end to this bloodshed, so they went to see the scientist, when he, Krim, closed the book and crawled out into the street, where it was beginning to dawn and he, Krim, went on to the direction he, Krim, hasn’t been before and before not long he, Krim, out of all the ways to went, went on to the right, down another street and went on another long distance before he, Krim, went on down right again, as the dawn was beginning to day, when he, Krim, saw the beach and went on down the stairs he, Krim, has never went on down before and went on for a considerable distance on the beach, as he, Krim, picked up a couple of towels, a wallet, a cellphone, until he, Krim, went to another stairs, he, Krim, has never seen before and went up the stairs, into a street he, Krim, has never been before and went on down that street pacing fast, until he, Krim, went to a red car, but because he, Krim, hadn’t the piece of rock, as he, Krim, left it in his, Krim’s, basement, he, Krim, tried to smash the window with his, Krim’s, elbow, but instead, he, Krim, hurt the elbow and went on before he, Krim, went on down right and then went on so for considerable distance, when it was beginning to dusk and he, Krim, was beginning to feel asleep, so he, Krim, whorled him, Krim, self against the wall in the corner and slept for a couple of hours, before he, Krim, woke up and continued on on the street in the night, passing cars of various colours, shops and cafes and houses, wenting on to the right, when he, Krim, fell tired and sat down on the street bench and having only the pocket book with him, Krim, from all his, Krim’s, possessions, he, Krim, took it out of the pocket jacket and read, how the scientist concerned with the plight of his town endeavored to make out the mystery of the killer phlegm, pondering all day, as he only knew to do, when, as night came, they brought him corpses with throats open and rectums turned inside out and the scientist became sick at the sight, but a professional chap as he was, he took up the task of looking for answers in flesh and bones and bowels, as only he knew to do, when he, Krim, closed the book and put it in the pocket and tried to rest, as only he, Krim, knew to do, by going to sleep, but hard as he, Krim, tried, couldn’t close his, Krim’s, eyes, so he, Krim, left the bench and went on down to the right, before he, Krim, went to a blue car, then left it, went to a garbage bin, took a metal bar from there, then rewent to the blue car and smashed the passenger side window, whorled him, Krim, self on the seat, sitting on the pieces of broken glass, he, Krim, opened the GC and found there an instructions booklet, documents, tissue paper, batteries, gum, which he, Krim, put in the pocket, packet of cookies, which he, Krim, opened and started eating, as he, Krim, crawled out of the car, taking the metal bar with him, Krim, and went on down the street, as the night was beginning to dawn, continuing eating the cookies, he, Krim, went down the stairs he, Krim, hasn’t went down before, to the beach and went on to the right for a considerable distance on the empty beach, nibbling on the cookies before there was no more and then went on to the right and up the stairs to the street as empty as the beach and the cookie packet, that he, Krim, threw away and went on, before, out of all the ways to went, he, Krim, went to the right, when he, Krim, looked around and saw a restaurant and smashed the window of the restaurant and went on in, stepping through the broken pieces of glass, as he, Krim, went around the hall and then went into the kitchen and took some foods, some lettuce and uncooked calf and put these foods in a garbage bag and went into the hall and from the hall went into the street and from all the ways to went, went right, wenting on, before coming to stairs and he, Krim, went on down the stairs, to the beach, as the dawn was beginning to day, he, Krim, went on the beach a considerable distance, before he, Krim, went to the wall of the boulder and whorled him, Krim, self against the wall and slept for couple of hours and when he, Krim, woke up he started eating the lettuce and the calf, but he, Krim, as hard as he, Krim, try couldn’t eat the uncooked calf and so he, Krim, ate the lettuce and gum and left the calf at the wall, as he, Krim, stood up and went down the beach through the maze of people and towels, as he, Krim, picked up a wallet, sunglasses, which he, Krim, put on and a bottle of mineral water, which he, Krim, drank in one gulp and went on and out of all the ways to went, he Krim, went right to the stairs and went up the stairs and into the street and went on down the street for a considerable distance, before he, Krim, came to a line at a film theater, blocking the way on the sidewalk, when he, Krim, started to draw the lines of streets for to know to  draw the lines of street when he, Krim, will walk and come to some street, as he, Krim, waited, as he, Krim, learned to wait at the station, for the line to clear for to went on and when the line cleared he, Krim, went on for a small distance, before, out of all the ways to went, he, Krim, went to the right, where there was long line of parked cars, but also long bunch of people, but as he, Krim, left his, Krim’s, metal bar on the beach, he, Krim, couldn’t smash the windows or anything and he, Krim, didn’t do it with his, Krim’s, elbow, as he, Krim, learned not to do when he, Krim, hurt his, Krim’s, elbow, when he, Krim, tried with his, Krim’s elbow and learned not to do, to smash things, with his, Krim’s, elbow and so he Krim, went on down the street busy with people, as he, Krim, made way shoving them with shoulders and elbows, until he, Krim, came to an intersection and out of all the ways to went, went right, down another street, the line of which he, Krim, had drawn, as he, Krim, learned to do, to draw the lines of the streets, when he, Krim, had been halted at the film theater and after he, Krim, went down the line of this street, he, Krim, halted, as he, Krim, learned to halt when he, Krim, was halted at the film theater, when he, Krim, learned to draw the lines of the streets, and after he, Krim, ceased halted he, Krim, sat down on the street bench and whorled him, Krim, self and started to fall asleep, as the day was beginning to dusk and woke up in an hour and some time in the night and crawled down from the bench and went to the right and then, out of all the ways to went, to the right again, into the street, the line of which he, Krim, had drawn and went, for the first time in his, Krim’s, life, towards another street with the line drawn and when he, Krim, came to the another street the line of which he, Krim, had drawn and went to the right, into that another street the line of which he, Krim, had drawn and looked around and saw the long line of parked cars, but as he, Krim, had left his, Krim’s, metal bar on the beach and as he, Krim, learned, when he, Krim, hurt his, Krim’s elbow, not to smash things with his, Krim’s elbow, he, Krim, went on further down that street, the line of which he, Krim, had drawn, before he, Krim, came to the chairs and tables chained to each other and he, Krim, took the chair and chained as it was, as he, Krim, had learned when he, Krim, came to the chairs and tables chained to each-other, he, Krim, beat the passenger window of the blue car with the chair, chained as it was, as he, Krim, learned when he, Krim, came to the chairs and tables chained to each-other, until he, Krim, smashed the passenger window of the blue car, which he, Krim, has been bashing with the chair chained as it was, as he, Krim, learned when he, Krim, came to the chairs and tables chained to each-other and whorled him, Krim, self inside the blue car, the passenger window of which he, Krim, smashed, after beating it with a chair, chained as it was, as he, Krim, learned, when he, Krim, came to the chairs and tables chained to each-other, sitting on the pieces of broken glass, before he, Krim, became comfortable and after he, Krim, became comfortable, he, Krim, took out his, Krim’s, pocket book of horror and read, how the scientist, searching and searching and finding nothing, not a hint, as to the cause of phlegm plague,  not a sign of poison, not a sign of virus, indulged in writing down in his journal in despair his ponderings, as this was only what he knew to do, about how to react socially and how to ritualise this outbreak of organic terror, as this was only what they could do, thinking how differently to bury the corpses so produced, when he, Krim, closed the pocket book of horror and opened the GC and found there, an instructions booklet, toilet paper, a photograph of a man and a woman and hunting license, all of which he, Krim, left in the car, as he, Krim, crawled out of the car and went down the street, the line of which he, Krim, had drawn, before he, Krim, came to the intersection of the two lines of streets, the lines of which he, Krim, had drawn, and out of all the ways to went, went right, into the street, the line of which he, Krim, had drawn and which intersected with another street, the line of which he, Krim, had drawn, and went down that street, the line of which he, Krim, had drawn and that intersected with the another street the line of which he, Krim, had also drawn, before he, Krim, came to the stairs and went down, as he, Krim, drew the line of these stairs along the street the line of which he, Krim, had drawn and which intersected with the another street the line of which he, Krim, had also drawn, as he, Krim, learned to draw the lines of streets, when he, Krim, was halted at the film theater by the line blocking the sidewalk, before he, Krim, went down to the beach and drew the line of this section of the beach, as he, Krim, learned to draw the lines of the streets when he, Krim, was halted by the line waiting at the theater, that was across the street the line of which he, Krim, had drawn and that intersected with the another street the line of which he, Krim, had also drawn and out of all the ways to went, went right, and went so for considerable distance on the beach, as the night was beginning to dawn, before he, Krim, out of all the ways to went, went right, to the stairs and went up the stairs and into the street and crossed the street and passed the cafe through the maze of tables, as he, Krim, picked up some sheets of money from the tables and a piece of half-eaten sausage, that he, Krim, ate in one gulp, as he, Krim, went on down that street, before, out of all the ways to went, went right and so went, as the dawn was beginning to day, before he, Krim, came to his, Krim’s, basement, through the street the line of which now he, Krim, had drawn, as he, Krim, learned to do, to draw the lines of the streets, when he, Krim, was halted by the waiting line blocking the way on the sidewalk in front of the film theater, and he, Krim sat down and whorled him, Krim, self on the old abandoned chair at the basement door and smoked his, Krim’s, cigarettes and chewed his, Krim’s, gum, before he, Krim, went on down to the basement and opened his, Krim’s bag and put on different clothes from the bag, that were too big for him, Krim, and then he, Krim, took out his, Krim’s, foods from the bag, that were covered in mould and he, Krim, took out his, Krim’s, stake knife and made a sandwich and ate, before he, Krim, fell tired and fell asleep and woke up in couple of hours and took out his, Krim’s, pocket book of horror, opened it and then closed it, because he, Krim, felt still tired and went on to sleep more and woke up in more couple of hours and he, Krim, crawled out of the basement, taking his, Krim’s, bag and his, Krim’s, things with him, Krim, and went on around the streets, the lines of which he, Krim, had drawn, as he, Krim, learned to do, when he, Krim, was halted at the film theater by the line of people blocking the way on the sidewalk, until he, Krim, became tired and took out his, Krim’s, piece of rock and smashed the window of the film theater and crawled inside and whorled him, Krim, self behind the counter and slept for some time and woke up in some more time and took out his, Krim’s, pocket book of horror where he, Krim, read, how the distressed community started stacking up the corpses on a bonfire to burn them, as this was only what they chose to do, to honour the memory of the ones so dead and to sit around the bonfire at dreaded time of day, night, and cry as much as they could, as this was only what they knew to do, as the nameless ashes flew around all over the town, as the night was beginning to dawn, when he, Krim, closed the book and took all his, Krim’s, possessions and crawled out of the theater, as the night was beginning to dawn, and went, out of all the ways to went, to the right and went so for considerable time, until he, Krim, went to the beach and when he, Krim, went there, he, Krim, lied down in the sun and he, Krim, lied so for considerable time, until, he, Krim, stood up and went, out of all the ways to went, to the right, through the maze of people and towels, on the beach, the line of which, he, Krim, has drawn, as he, Krim, learned to do, to draw the lines of the streets, when he, Krim, was drawing the lines of the streets, after he, Krim, has learned to do it, to draw the lines of the streets, when he, Krim, was halted at the film theater, because of the line of crowd blocking the way, and he, Krim, went so for considerable time, before he, Krim, went, out of all the ways to went, to the right, up the stairs and to the street and he, Krim, went so for considerable space of time, until he, Krim, went, out of all the ways to went, to the right and went so, before he came to the street the line of which he, Krim, had drawn and that intersected with the another street the line which he, Krim, had also drawn, and went, out of all the ways to went, to the right and went so for considerable space of time in the streets the lines of which he, Krim, had drawn, before, as the day was beginning to dusk, he, Krim, went to his, Krim’s, basement and went in  his, Krim’s, basement and whorled him, Krim, self and slept for some hours and woke up in some hours and he, Krim, took his foods and his, Krim’s, steak knife, as he, Krim, crawled out of his, Krim’s, basement and went, out of all the ways to went, right and went so and cut one piece after another of the foods and the pieces fell on the ground one after another and he, Krim, went so for considerable distance before he, Krim, came to a corner and, out of all the ways to went, went right and cut more pieces of the foods and the pieces fell on the ground one after another, before there was no more and when there was no more he, Krim, put his, Krim’s, knife in the pocket and went, out of all the ways to went, to the right, into the street the line of which he, Krim, had drawn and went so before he went to a red car and took out his, Krim’s, piece of rock and smashed the window of the red car and whorled him, Krim, self on the passenger seat on the broken pieces of glass and whorled so before he, Krim, became comfortable and then opened the GC and found there some tissue papers, instructions booklet, box of matches, what he, Krim, put in his, Krim’s, pocket to keep, a sample of eau de toilette, what he, Krim, put in his, Krim’s, pocket to keep, and crawled out of the red car and out of all the ways to went went right and back to the street, the line of which he, Krim, had drawn, where he came from and went so for considerable space of time, before he, Krim, came to a corner and, out of all the ways to went, went right and went to a cafe and took out his, Krim’s, piece of rock and smashed the window of the cafe and went on the broken pieces of glass to the back and the loud alarm sounded for some space of time and then stopped, when he, Krim, went into the kitchen and went around before he, Krim, heard footsteps behind him, Krim, and went around and into the dinning room and then into the lounge and he, Krim, heard the footsteps behind him, Krim, and went, out of all the ways to went, to the right in circle and crawled out of the cafe, as the night was beginning to dawn and went to the stairs, the line of which he, Krim, had drawn, to the beach and went down the stairs and out of all the ways to went went right and he went so for considerable distance, before he, Krim, got tired and lied down on the sand and slept for some hours and woke up in some hours and he, Krim, was burnt from the sun, when he, Krim, woke up and he, Krim, went on the beach for considerable space of time, before he, Krim, came to the stairs and went up the stairs and went through the tables of the sidewalk cafe and couldn’t find anything to pick up and went on in the street for some time before he, Krim, went to the film theater where there was no line and went on in the street before he, Krim, went to an intersection and went right and went so along peoples and cars and restaurants and went more along buildings and apartments and houses and went more along boulders and stations and went more for considerable space of time along the places the lines of which he, Krim, had drawn, as he, Krim, learned to do, to draw the lines of the streets and places, when he was halted at the film theater by the line of people, and went so before he came to a restaurant as the dusk was beginning to night, and he, Krim, took out his, Krim’s, piece of rock and smashed the window of the restaurant and went into the restaurant and went on the broken pieces of glass, as the alarm sounded loudly, and he, Krim, put his palms over his, Krim’s, ears to not listen to the loudly sounding alarm, as he, Krim, went to the kitchen and went so before he, Krim, went into the kitchen and when he, Krim, went into the kitchen he, Krim, heard sounds of footsteps and he, Krim, crawled into a drawer and he, Krim, whorled him, Krim, self in the drawer and got comfortable, as he, Krim, heard more footsteps and people’s voices talking and after listening to it for some considerable space of time, he, Krim, fell asleep and woke up and he, Krim, crawled out of the drawer and took some foods from the kitchen and went from the kitchen to the dinning room and went out of the restaurant into the street and went before he, Krim, came to a corner and he, Krim, went, out of all the ways to went right and came to his, Krim’s, basement and when he, Krim, came to his, Krim’s, basement went in the basement and prepared the foods, as only he, Krim, knew to do, spreading some pâté on a baguette and cut cheese and broke a bottle of red wine and went so for considerable space of time eating and drinking before there was no more and when there was no more, having only this to do, he, Krim, took out his, Krim’s cigarettes and smoked the cigarettes for some time before such time when he, Krim, didn’t and then he, Krim, took his, Krim’s, pocket book of horror, where the townsfolk fell more and more into deeper despairs, but still continued their ritual corpse burning, as this was only what they knew to do, while some of those folks went and left the town and as they left the town, wherever they went the plague went with them and spread town to town and country to country and to all the peoples of the world, before there was no more, while the town scientist persisted pondering their green predicament, as this was only what he knew to do, and said to himself out loud, that only thing to put a stop to this nightmare was to get rid of the night, as this was only when it came to happen,  when mucus and blood boiled out of his kinsfolk, however difficult it may be, to put a stop to the night, or else THE MUCUS AND BLOOD WOULD FLOW ABUNDANT IN OUR STREETS and before long it would all be over, when he, Krim, closed his, Krim’s, pocket book and went to sleep and went so for sufficient space of time before he, Krim, woke up and crawled out of the basement and out of all the ways to went went right, with his, Krim’s, piece of rock in pocket and his, Krim’s, steak knife in hand to wash it of the pâté in the sea water and went on, as the night was beginning to dawn, before he, Krim, came to the stairs, the line of which he, Krim, had drawn, and went down the stairs to the beach and went to the water and washed the knife and put it in his, Krim’s, pocket, and then lied down on the sand and lied so for considerable space of time, as the dawn was beginning to day, before he, Krim, got up and went, out of all the ways to went, right, on the beach, through maze of people and towels and picked up a silver necklace, a wallet, a pack of cigarettes and matches and went, passing two stairs, and went before he, Krim, came to the third stairs and went up the stairs and went on into the street, as he, Krim, looked around at things, as he, Krim, learned to do, to look around at things, at the station to know how to look around at things when he, Krim, came to where it is nice and damp, and as he, Krim, looked around at things, he, Krim, saw a crowd of people sitting around the tables, eating and drinking, as he, Krim, passed a cafe, and he, Krim, saw a man doing card tricks at the corner of the street, as he, Krim, passed the man doing tricks at the corner of the street, and he, Krim, saw through a window people playing pool, as he, Krim, passed a billiard parlour, and he, Krim, saw a line of people, as he, Krim, passed a film theater, and he, Krim, saw a people sitting on grass, as he, Krim, passed a public park, and he, Krim, saw, when he, Krim, looked around, as he, Krim, looked around when he, Krim, looked around to learn how to look around to know how to look around, a doormen whistling idly, as he, Krim, passed a hotel, and he, Krim, saw people drinking coffee, as he, Krim, passed a coffeeshop, and he, Krim, saw a man examining a watch, as he, Krim, passed a watch shop, and he, Krim, saw a couple on bicycles drinking water, as he, Krim, passed a couple on bicycles drinking water, and he, Krim, saw a man smoking a cigar, as he, Krim, passed a tobacconist, and he, Krim, saw guys riding jet skis, as he, Krim, passed the beach, and he, Krim, saw the street lamps come on, as the day was beginning to dusk, and, out of all the ways to went, went right and passed a red car and when he, Krim, passed a red car, he, Krim, went to a black car and took out his, Krim’s, piece of rock and smashed the window of the black car from the driver’s side and as he, Krim, smashed the window of the black car, he, Krim, opened the door and whorled him, Krim, self in the driver seat and when he, Krim, got comfortable on the broken pieces of glass, he, Krim, opened the GC and found there an instructions booklet and a box of tissues and a chocolate bar, what, he, Krim, put in his pocket, and a pen, what he, Krim, put in the another pocket, and then went to sleep and went so for almost sufficient time and then woke up and crawled out of the black car and went on in the street and went so for considerable space of time in the streets the lines of which he, Krim, had drawn, before he, Krim, came to a restaurant and smashed the window with his, Krim’s, piece of rock and went inside the restaurant on the broken pieces of glass, as he, Krim, put his, Krim’s, palms over his, Krim’s, ears to not listen to an alarm, as he, Krim, learned to do, to put his, Krim’s, palms over his, Krim’s, ears to not hear the alarm, when he, Krim, had put his, Krim’s, palms over his, Krim’s, ears when he, Krim, put his, Krim’s, palms over his, Krim’s, ears not to hear the alarm in another restaurant, but when, he, Krim, heard no alarm, he, Krim, lowered his, Krim’s, hands again and went, out of all the ways to went, into the kitchen and took a piece of meat and took out his, Krim’s, steak knife and cut the pieces off the meat, when he, Krim, heard sound of footsteps and when the footsteps came louder he, Krim, turned around and a not too light man ran onto his, Krim’s, steak knife with his belly and fell down, as he, Krim, pulled out the knife and went into the hall and crawled out of the restaurant into the street, as the night was beginning to dawn, and went, out of all the ways to went, right and went so, before he went to his, Krim’s, basement and when he, Krim, went to the basement, he, Krim, went inside the basement and whorled him, Krim, self on the floor of the basement and took his, Krim’s, pocket book of horror, but then closed it, as he, Krim, felt tired and went to sleep and went so for half sufficient time, before he, Krim, woke up and took out his, Krim’s, chocolate bar from his, Krim’s, pocket and ate it in one gulp, before he, Krim, crawled out of the basement and when he, Krim, crawled out of the basement into the street, where did he, Krim, went, but right, and as he, Krim, went but right, he, Krim, looked around at things and looked around at what, but doors and windows, before he, Krim, came to a black car and passed the black car and went to the another black car and took out his, Krim’s, piece of rock and smashed the window of what, but black car, on the sider’s drive and whorled him, Krim, self in the driver’s seat on the broken pieces of glass and but slept asleep for half sufficient time, as he, Krim, hept but saft hufficient time, before and then woke up and opened the CG (clove gompartment) and found there instructions papers and tissue booklets and smoking gum and chewing smokes, what he, Krim, but pocketed, and eau de documents and toilette papers, what he, Krim, also but pocketed and he, Krim, crawled out of the another black car and went, what but out of all the ways to what but went right and went so for considerable time of space, as the night was standing black and still, before he, Krim, looked around at an open door of the block and out of all the wheres to went, went but right into the block and went up the stairs for some space of time, before he, Krim, went to a window to the flat and took out his, Krim’s, pocket rock of piece and smashed the window to the flat and went inside on the poken brieces of glasses and went into the living room and from the living room went to the kitchen and from the kitchen went to the guest room and from the guest room went to the dinning room and from the dinning room went to the drawing room and from the drawing room went to the pacing room and from the pacing room went to the standing room and from the standing room went to the bigger standing room and from the bigger standing room went to the driving room and from the driving room went to the pondering room and from the pondering room went to the tanning room and from the tanning room went to the departure room and from the departure room arrived to the arrival room and from the arrival room went to the studio room and from the studio room went to the museyroom and from the museyroom went to a panic room and from the panic room went to the calming room and from the calming room went to the court room and from the court room went to the blue room and from the blue room went to the green room and from the green room went back to the living room and from the living room went to the bedroom, where there he, Krim, looked around and saw a man and a woman sleeping in a bed, from the bedroom went back to the kitchen and opened the fridge and took some foods and went back to the window and went on the broken pieces of glasses and crawled out to the stairs and went down the stairs and when he, Krim, down the stairs bottom, crawled out of the door and went, where but went, went right, into the street the line of which he, Krim, had drawn and went for some time of space, as the night stood black and still still, before he, Krim, went to his, Krim’s, basement and when he, Krim, went to his, Krim’s, basement, he, Krim, went in the basement and whorled him, Krim, self in the basement on the floor, at, out of all the south and east and west walls, north wall and whorleded so before he took out his, Krim’s, foods and took out his, Krim’s, steak knife and cut the foods appropriately, as per the occasion and ate his, Krim’s, foods for some space of time (SoT), before he, Krim, took his, Krim’s, pocket book of horror and opened it and then closed it, as he, Krim, was tired and slept to sleep and slept so for sufficient time and then but woke up and when he, Krim, woke up and crawled out of the basement and, out of all the wheres to went went but where, went but right, as the mornin’ shined bright, and went into the streets the lines of which he, Krim, had drawn and saw, as he, Krim, looked around as he, Krim, learned to look around when he, Krim, looked around to learn to look around, a man painting sea, as he, Krim, passed the boulder and he, Krim, saw a woman giving birth, as he, Krim, passed an infirmary and he, Krim, saw wars and bloodshed, as he, Krim, passed a certain age and he, Krim, saw a man selling corn, as he, Krim, passed a man in ripped hat and he, Krim, saw smell of hotdogs, as he, Krim, passed a hotdog stand and he, Krim, saw an orange building, as he, Krim, passed the municipal hall and he, Krim, passed a street the line of which he, Krim, had not drawn and as he, Krim, passed the line the street of drawn he, Krim, had not which, he, Krim, drew the line of which he, Krim, had not street, as he, Krim, do to learn, to line the draw the streets, when, he, Krim, drew the lines of places he, Krim, hadn’t drawn, and as he, Krim, line the draw the street of which he, Krim, hadn’t, out of all the ways to where but right, went but right and went so for considerable time of space (ToS), before he, Krim, went to a blue car and took out his, Krim’s, rock of piece and smashed the passenger window of the blue car and whorled him, Krim, self in the passenger seat on the broken pieces of glass, as the sound loud alarm for some SoT before it didn’t and when it didn’t he, Krim, opened the (G) glove © compartment and found there an instructions booklet and a handgun and tissues, when he, Krim, heard sound of footsteps and when the sound of footsteps came closer, he, Krim, looked around and as he, Krim, looked around, he, Krim, saw a tall man and as he, Krim, saw a tall man, he, Krim, took out his, Krim’s, steak knife and ran the tall man with his belly on the steak knife, as he, Krim, learned to do, when he, Krim, had run a man in the restaurant on his, Krim’s, steak knife and as he, Krim, had run the tall man on his, Krim’s, steak knife, he, Krim, pulled it out of his belly and crawled out of the blue car and went where but right and went so for some time and space (TaS), as the day was beginning to dusk, before he, Krim, went to his, Krim’s, basement and whorled him, Krim, self in the basement and when he, Krim, got comfortable, he, Krim, prepared his, Krim’s, foods, as only he, Krim, knew to do and ate for some T and then he, Krim, opened his, Krim’s, pocket book of horror, where the scientist still breaking his head over how to rid themselves of the night for good despaired more and more and became moody and isolated and couldn’t stand the corpse burning festivals anymore, because he thought drowning sorrows from time to time as useful as shutting eyes on and finding natural the disaster he found harmful, at least in a long shot, and so he gave up any hope of help from anyone, even his students, and shut himself up in his cabinet, still tenaciously struggling with the puzzle, fearing one of these days his body would be (not) found red and green on his rug and if that wasn’t scare enough for the courageous scientist, as his wellbeing he abandoned in the face of far graver consequences, he shuddered at the imminent picture awaiting them all if the problem won’t be solved, that is, that THE MUCUS AND BLOOD WOULD FLOW ABUNDANT IN OUR STREETS, when he, Krim, closed his, Krim’s, pocket book and went but to sleep and but slept for couple of hours and then woke up and out of all the things to do he, Krim, had but one and so he, Krim, prepared his, Krim’s, foods, as only he, Krim, knew to do and ate and when there was no more, he, Krim smoked his, Krim’s, cigarettes, as he, Krim, had learned to do, to smoke cigarettes, when he, Krim, smoked cigarettes, when after eating he, Krim, had only this to do, to smoke cigarettes, and then he, Krim, crawled out of his, Krim’s, basement into the street, as the night stood silent and went where but right and went so before he, Krim, went to a block door and kicked it in and opened it and went to the stairs and went up the stairs and went to a window and opened it and climbed out of the window to another window of an apartment and took out his, Krim’s, piece of rock and smashed the window and went into the lounging room and went from the lounging room to a resting room and went from the resting room to a leisure room and went from the leisure room to a napping room and went from the napping room to a siesta room and went from the siesta room to a hammock room and went from the hammock room to the unwinding room and went from the unwinding room to a drowsing room and went from the drowsing room to a lay room and went from the lay room to an idle room and went from the idle room to an extra room and went from the extra room to a pillow room and went from the pillow room to a couch room and went from the couch room to a namelessroom and went from the namelessroom to a sleeping room and went from the sleeping room to a pantry and went from the pantry to a kitchen and went from the kitchen to a happy room and went from the happy room to a purple room and went from the purple room to a yoga room and went from the yoga room to a bum room and went from the bum room to a bedroom where he, Krim, found a man and a woman sleeping in a bed and as he, Krim, found there the man and the woman sleeping in the bed, he, Krim, took out his steak knife and ran them both with their bellies on his, Krim’s, steak knife, as he, Krim, learned to do, to run them on the steak knife, and then he, Krim, went from the bedroom to the kitchen and opened the fridge and took out some cheese and bread and some cold meats and made him, Krim, self a sandwich, as he, Krim, learned to do, and ate abundant, and then went where but right into the bum room and sent to wleep, but couldn’t and he, Krim, crawled out of the bum room into the yoga room and went from the yoga room to the purple room and went from the purple room to the happy room and went from the happy room to the pantry and went from the pantry to the sleeping room and slept to went and went so for some SoT and woke up and as he, Krim, woke up he, Krim, went on the pieces of glasses broken and crawled out of the window and into the other window and went to the stairs and down the stairs and out the door and went, where but out of all the wheres, went but right, as the day lingered fine, and went beside the boulder and went beside the cafes and the restaurants and the hotels and the tobacconists and the watch shops, as he looked around, as only he, Krim, knew to look around, and saw birds pecking seed and bread crumbs and saw three young girls springing along in green and yellow and rosy summerdresses and saw a man mending his bike and saw kids eating ice-cream and saw men spraying trees and as he, Krim, went more, he, Krim, saw a busstop and he, Krim, saw a bus stop at the busstop and he, Krim, climbed into the bus stopped and whorled him, Krim, self on the seat at the window and looked around out the window, as he, Krim, learned to look around out the window when he, Krim, looked around out the train window at the landscapes of desert and trees, as the bus went but where, out of all the wheres to went, went but right and he, Krim, saw, out the window, windows and doors and shops and restaurants and bars and as the bus went so more, he, Krim, saw, as he looked around out the window, a bakery and saw a market and as the bus stopped at a busstop, he, Krim, saw a post office and as he, Krim, looked around the post office, the bus went but right and as the bus went he, Krim, saw jewelry shop and saw a man hauling watermelons and saw a crowd at a church, as the bus stopped at a busstop, and he, Krim, crawled out at the busstop where the bus stopped and where went but right and went into the churchyard and went into the church where he, Krim, looked around and saw people standing silent and people kneeling and he, Krim, knelt down and then stood up and went to the shop and picked up candles and a cross and went out to the yard and crawled out of the yard and went to the busstop where the busstopped and climbed into the bus and whorled him, Krim, self on the seat at the window and as the bus went where, out of all the wheres, went but right, he, Krim, looked around at the crowd at the churchyard and as he, Krim, looked more around out the window, he, Krim, saw a convertible sportscar moving along the bus and saw another bus moving past the bus and saw a dog shitting at a tree, as the busstopped at a bustop and the busstopped at a bustop for some SoT and then went on and as it went on he, Krim, saw out the window a little man singing at a restaurant door and saw a gate locked  up by chains, as the bus stopped to let a tram pass in front of it, and saw a large group of men and women in suits talking to each-other and laughing and saw a horse shitting on the grass, as the bustopped for some T and then went on and as it what but went on, he, Krim, saw out the window cars crashed into each-other and saw a woman spitting from a hotel balcony and saw some trees for a long SoT and he, Krim, became tired from the trees for a long ToS and sleep to went and sent to wleep for haft considerable time and sa he, Krim, ent to leep for alf onsiderable ime, he, Krim, oke p and ooked round ut he indow and saw, as the bus passed the beach, a man pulling out his dinghy on the sand and saw, as the bus passed the beach, a couple parasailing as the motorboat moved slowly deeper into the sea, and saw, as the bus passed the duney road, a vast brown desert and saw, as the buspotted at a subpots at a trop, ships docked at piers and as he, Krim, looked around at the docked ships for condiserable mose fo hte mite, he, Krim, leff sleepa and sleepa rof mose mite fo ceaps and then kowe pu, as the sub stood still at the port and he, Krim, was crawling out of the bus, as the doors closed and the bus moved where but moved and out of all the things to what, what but went and went on as he, Krim, whorled him, Krim, self on the seat and looked around out the window, as he, Krim, learned to do, to look around out the window, and saw palm trees and saw the sea and sky, as the day was beginning to night, and saw, as the bus moved on, the dark desert all around and saw inns and keeps and bars and saw an old woman climbing up the bus, as the bustopped at a bustop, and saw, as the bus went on, people sitting and drinking on the bar patios and saw, as the bus moved on, an empty street, where the old woman crawled out of the bus, as the bustopped at the bustop, and saw, as the busmovedon, a row of beautiful whores standing in the street and saw a man hauling watermelons and climbing up the bus, as the bustopped at the bustop and he, Krim, crawled out of the bus and went out of all the wheres ways to went but where, went but right and to a line of cars and passed a blue car and went to another blue car and took out his, Krim’s, piece of rock and smashed the window of the blue car and climbed inside the car and whorled him, Krim, self in the seat and as he, Krim, got comfortable on the broken pieces of glass, he, Krim, opened the GC and found there an instructions booklet and found there a pocket watch, what he, Krim, put in his, Krim’s, pocket, and found there a bicycle bell and found there a lemon, what he, Krim, put in the another pocket, and found there some tissues, as he, Krim, saw two man coming closer to the blue car and he, Krim, crawled out of the car and took out his, Krim’s, steak knife and ran both the two man onto his, Krim’s, steak knife and went but felt tired and climbed back into the car and efll slepea and llef pealse for some generous T and then wkoe up and crawled out of the blue car and out of all the ways to went, went right, and went in the streets the lines of which he, Krim, had drawn and went so, as the night was beginning to dawn, before he, Krim, went to his, Krim’s, basement and went in the basement and whorled him, Krim, self on the floor at the north wall and took his, Krim’s, leftover foods and prepared it, as lony he, Krim, wenk ot od and ate before there was nomore and when there was nomore, he, Krim, crawled out of the basement and went into the street, as the day was getting redder, and he, Krim, went into the streets and he, Krim, went on the beach and saw, as he, Krim, looked around, gypsies walking in a bundle with children and babies, asking money for reading futures and asking money for nothing at all and saw, as he, Krim, looked around, a man in suit and a hat limping along with a grin and saw, as he, Krim, looked around, ladies with shopbags pointing all around them and talking incessantly and saw, sa he, Krim, dookel duanro, a stain on the wall that looked like a bug and was, s he, Krim, loked arund, a butcher cutting up cow meat in the supermarket window and he, Krim, went but where, went but right, into the supermarket and went around the supermarket and saw, as he, Krim, looked around, a woman weighing vegetables, like carrots and cabbages and tomatoes and saw, as he, Krim, looked around, a girl holding out a tray of sausages and smiling broader than the limping man in the suit and hat, that he, Krim, saw, as he, Krim, looked around, as he, Krim, went around in the street, and saw, as he, Krim, looked around a young man in a plastic hat cutting off a large piece of cheese and saw, as he, Krim, looked around the man cutting up the cow, that he, Krim, saw, as he, Krim, looked around, as he, Krim, went past the supermarket, from a different angle and as he, Krim, went where but went, went but right and crawled out of the supermarket and went into the street and went so for dilated time of day, before he, Krim, went to a block door and went in the block and went up the stairs to a window and, as he, Krim, went to the window, he, Krim, took out his piece of rock and smashed the window and went into the flat on the roken ieces of lass into a living room and went from the living room to a passing room and passed from the passing room to an east room and transcended from the east room to the west room and advanced from the west room to a dead end room and returned from the dead end room to kitchen and as he, Krim, went into the kitchen, he, Krim, opened the fridge and found there some raw foods and took the raw foods and went from the kitchen to the dinning room, as he, Krim, heard the sound of footsteps and heard someones talking and as he, Krim, heard the sounds, he, Krim, went to the passing room and went from the passing room to an another room and he, Krim, felt tired and whorled him, Krim, self on the floor and feas llleep foc ronsimerable tide and woke up and went from the another room to the west room, as he, Krim, heard more sounds of footsteps talking, and went from the west room to the window and went on the broken pieces of glass and crawled out of the window and into the stairs and stairsdown and outdoor and out of all the wheres but where, where but right and went but right and went into the streets, as the day was beginning to come down, and went so before he, Krim, went to his, Krim’s, basement and when he, Krim, went to his, Krim’s, basement, went in the basement and contained him, Krim, self on the floor where but at the north wall and he, Krim, didn’t learned to know to prepare raw foods and ate the raw foods raw and fell asleep for short distance of time and woke up and as he, Krim, woke up he, Krim, heard sound of footsteps outside his, Krim’s, basement and heard sound of talking outside his, Krim’s, basement and heard the door of the basement opening, as he, Krim, looked around up at the door and saw as he, Krim, looked around, as he, Krim, learned to look around when he, Krim, looked around to learn to look around, a hunched man carrying boxes and saw, as he, Krim, looked around, another man carrying boxes and when he, Krim, looked around and saw the hunched man carrying boxes and saw, as he, Krim, looked around, another man carrying boxes, he, Krim, stood up and he, Krim, took out his, Krim’s, steak knife and he, Krim, ran the hunched man and the another man onto his, Krim’s, steak knife and as he, Krim, ran both the man onto the steak knife, they fell down and he, Krim, whorled him, Krim, self on the ground and took his, Krim’s, pocket book and opened it and then closed it for he, Krim, fell tired and fell to sleep and slept to fell and up woke and crawled out of the basement and went where but went, went but right, into the street and went before, he, Krim, wentto an intersection and when he, Krim, wento an intersection went but out of all the ways to where, went but right, as the dawn was beginning to day, and went so for some daytime along the streets and along the strands and went so along the shops and cafes and restaurants and went so along the boulders, along the people and cars and whatnot, before he, Krim, went to his, Krim’s basement and went inside the basement and took the hunched man and the another man from the north wall to the where but south wall and whorled him, Krim, self on the floor at the north wall and took his, Krim’s, piece of book, where the people of the town had too much of taking on themselves the interpretations of the hitherto events and started consulting several good books and elected for this purpose some men who weren’t too lazy to read all the fiberdy-foberdy and when they did, they declared it would not be wise to tempt the more or so stable situation and to be AS YOU WERE and so the townsfolk went on but burning corpses and all the festivities thereto, as the scientist in his isolation gave to drinking a bit more than in his happy days and gave to smoking opium day and night in his dark cabinet, as he cursed all the commotion he had to listen to every night, but all as it was, he never for a moment gave up pondering, as only he knew to do, the solution, when he, Krim, closed his, Krim’s book of horror and went to sleep but didn’t went too far, as he, Krim, heard too loud the smell of the hunched one and another one, and he, Krim, took his, Krim’s, pocket book and crawled out of the basement and went into the street before he, Krim, went to the block door and went in the block and went up the stairs and went into the window and went on the broken pieces of glass and went into the west room and from the west room went into the passing room and as he, Krim, went into the passing room, he, Krim, contained him, Krim, self on the floor and sent to wleep, before he, Krim, woke up and stood up and went from the passing room to the bedroom and when he, Krim, went to the bedroom, he, Krim, opened the wardrobe and found there some clothes and changed into those clothes and when he, Krim, changed into those clothes, he, Krim, went from the bed room to the window and went on the broken pieces of glass and went out of the window and the block and the door and went into the street and where but went went but where went but right and went so, before he, Krim, went to a busstop and when the bus stopped he, Krim, climbed into the bus and sat on the chair at the window, as the bus moved where but moved and went but right and went so, as it passed the streets and buildings and passed energy station and a truck station and passed the sea and deserts, as the day and night interchanged, before it came to a busstop and when the busstopped at the busstop, he, Krim, crawled out of the bus and went, out of all the ways to went, right and went so, as the night shivered coolly, in the streets the lines of which, he, Krim, had drawn and went before he, Krim, went to a brown car and when he, Krim, went to the brown car, he, Krim, took out his, Krim’s, piece of rock and smashed the passenger window of the brown car and when he, Krim, smashed the window of the brown car, whorled him, Krim, self in the seat of the brown car, on the pieces of broken glass and whorleded so before he, Krim, got comfortable and when he, Krim, got comfortable, as he, Krim, whorleded in the passenger seat of the brown car on the broken pieces of glass, he, Krim, went to sleep on the wroken wieces in the wassenger weat wf the wrown war and wlept wefore he, Krim, woke up and when he, Krim, woke up, he, Krim, opened the GC of the brown car and found there, out of all the things to find, an instructionae bookletae and found there, as he, Krim, opened the GC of the brown car, tissueae paperae and found there a lighterae whatae he, Krim, putae inae his, Krim’s, pocketae and found there bottle of pills, what he, Krim, put in his, Krim’s, another pocket and found there, as he, Krim, sat in the passenger seat of the brown car on the brok, some flowers and foun, shot glasses and found th, pictures of a man and a woman, and he, Krim, closed the GC and crawled out of the brown car and went but where but where but went, out of all the ways to where but went, went but right and went, as the night was beginning to dawn, before he, Krim, went to his, Krim’s, basement and went inside the basement and whorled him, Krim, self on the floor at the north wall and not to have out of all the foods to have none to have, went to sleep on his, Krim’s, right side and then on his, Krim’s, other side and then on his, Krim’s, back and then on his, Krim’s, head and slept for come considerable cime and coke up, when he, Krim, coke up and when he, Krim, coke up, he, Krim, crawled out of the basement and as went into the street and went the streets the all day, before he, Krim, went, as the day was beginning to dusk, to a cafe and went into the cafe and went through the maze of tables and picked up a couple of sheets of money and picked up a paste, what he, Krim, but ate, and picked up a pack of cigarettes and picked up a check and went out of the cafe and when he, Krim, went out of the cafe he, Krim, went into the street and went the streets for so and so, as the night took the way, before he, Krim, went to a restaurant and when he, Krim, went to a restaurant he, Krim, took out his, Krim’s, piece of rock and smashed the window of the restaurant and went into the restaurant on the roken rieces rf rasses and went into the kitchen and held his, Krim’s, palms over his, Krim’s, e

ars not to hear the alarm, but alarm didn’t hear and he, Krim, put down his, Krim’s, hands and found in the kitchen some bread and found in the kitchen some butter and spread the butter on the bread and spread the butter on the bread and ate and ate and filled the void in his, Krim’s, gaster and filled the space in his, Krim’s, gaster, before there was nomore and when there was nomore he, Krim, contained him, Krim, self on the floor and went to sleep but went far not, for he, Krim, heard the cold of the kitchen too well and he, Krim, stood up and went to the window and went on the broken pieces of glass and went out of the window into the street and went the streets the lines of which he, Krim, had drawn and went to his, Krim’s, basement and when he, Krim, went to his, Krim’s, basement, saw there, when he, Krim, looked around, as he, Krim, learned to look around when he, Krim, looked around to learn to look around, a crowd of people at the door and saw crowd of people inside and heard talking and heard noises and he, Krim, crossed the street and passed the people blocking his, Krim’s, way and went, as the night was dark and long, into the streets the lines of which he, Krim, had drawn, and became tired and went some more, before he, Krim, went to the block and kicked in the door of the block and went inside and went up the stairs upstairs and went to the window and took out his, Krim’s, piece of rock, but the plastic didn’t smash and took out his, Krim’s, steak knife and cut the plastic and went in the flat and went to the west room and felt tired and contained him, Krim, self on the floor and went to sleep but went not far, as he, Krim, heard sound of footsteps and he, Krim, heard sound of talking and stood up and saw, as he, Krim, looked around a man and a woman and he, Krim, took his, Krim’s, steak knife and ran the woman and the man on the steak knife, as he, Krim, learned to do, to run them on the steak knife, and they fell, as he, Krim, pulled out the knife from her belly, as he, Krim, learned to do to pull out the steak knife from their bellies and as he, Krim, pulled out the steak knife from her belly, went from the west room to the east room and whorled him, Krim, self on the couch and fell asleep and slept for sufficient time of night and woke and went from the east room to the kitchen and opened the fridge and found there some raw food and found there some cooked food and took the cooked food and ate and ate and filled up the void before it was complete and when it was complete, he, Krim, went out the window and went down the stairs and went out the door and went out in the street and went, as the mornin’ shined bright, before he, Krim, came to a busstop and when the bus stopped at the busstop he, Krim, climbed up the busstopped and sat in the seat at the window, as the bus stopped moved and moved and passed a red house and passed a yellow house and he, Krim, saw out the window a man sitting on the sidewalk, leaning against the street lamp and he, Krim, saw out the window a dog eating a cat and he, Krim, saw out the window a cat eating a mouse and he, Krim, saw out the window a man sowing in the spring and reaping in the autumn, and he, Krim, saw out the window, a back slaving to feed the belly, and he, Krim, saw out the window a youth doing what old but knew, and he, Krim, saw out the window, sufficient unto the day the evil thereof, and he, Krim, saw out the window two man walk in the bar and he, Krim, saw out the window, as the bus moved on and the bus moved on, a large desert and the waves of sand dance in the wind and the moon burn largely in the blue sky the smoke of clouds, hanging a salt above the horizon and he, Krim, saw the dock of ships again and he, Krim, saw the lights of the city and the bus moved on and moved on before it came to the busstop and when the bus stopped at the busstop, he, Krim, climbed down the bus and went where, went but right and went into the street the line of which he, Krim, had drawn and went so for some space of time, before he, Krim, went to a block of flats and when he, Krim, went to the block of flats he, Krim, kicked in the door of the block of flats and went inside and went up the stairs upstairs and went to a window and when he, Krim, went to a window he, Krim, took out his, Krim’s, pocket piece of rock and found the window open and when he, Krim, had found the window open, he, Krim, pushed the window in and climbed into the window pushed and went into the livingroom and went from the livingroom to a small man’s room and went from the small man’s room to a big man’s room and went from the big man’s room to a no man’s room and went from the no man’s room to a cockroach room and went from the cockroach room to a didactic room and went from the didactic room to a diabolical room and went from the diabolical room to a nether room and went from the nether room to a plain room and went from the plain room to an upper room and went from the upper room to a patriot room and went from the patriot room to an impartial room and went from the impartial room to a separatist room and went from the separatist room to a far away room and went from the far away room to the kitchen and when he, Krim, went to the kitchen he, Krim, opened the window and found there some foods and when he, Krim, found there some foods, he, Krim, prepared the foods, as only he, Krim, knew to do, and ingested and bit and chew and swallowed and digested before there was nomore and when there was nomore, he, Krim, went from the kitchen to the dinning room and went from the dinning room to a more comfortable room and when he, Krim, went to the more comfortable room he, Krim, contained him, Krim, self on a couch and slept for time and what a good time it was and woke up and when he, Krim, woke up he, Krim, went from the more comfortable room to the bedroom and opened there a wardrobe and when he, Krim, opened there a wardrobe, he, Krim, found there a bag and took the bag and found there a clothe and took the clothe and put the clothe in bag and when he, Krim, put the clothe in the bag, he, Krim, went from the bedroom to the window and crawled out of the windowpushed and went down the stair and went into the street and out of all the wheres but where, went but where, went but right and went so, as the night was beginning to dawn, before he, Krim, went to the boulder and went but right along the boulder, before he, Krim, went to the stairs and went down the stairs and went on the beach and whorled him, Krim, self on the sand and fell asleep and woke up in the sun and stood up and went but where, went but right, and went so on the beach and went so besides the people and as he, Krim, went on the beach besides the people, he, Krim, looked around, as he, Krim, knew to look around, and saw some kids running into the water and saw some seagulls flying above the water and saw some boats moving on the water and sawsome sun glittering in the water and went so and became tired and went more so, before he, Krim, went to stairs and when, he, Krim, went to the stairs, he, Krim, saw as he, Krim, looked around, a cave under the stairs and when he, Krim, saw the cave under the stairs he, Krim, went to the cave under the stairs and went in the cave and put down his, Krim’s, bag and whorled him, Krim, self on the floor and when asleep slept awhile and after when slept awhile, he, Krim, up and woke and out of all the things to do, having only this to do, he, Krim, opened his, Krim’s, pocket book, where proceedings went as only expected, as the general people kept on awaiting and fearing the forthcoming death and relating to it, as only they knew to do, by rituals including songs and chants and moreover talks and revelations and still by drugs and drinks and foods, as the scientist, by now disheveled in mind and body, started roaming the streets in hopes of finding someone at least a bit concerned with the truth of the situation to assist him in containing the avalanche of not only their organic foe but too of the psychic, which perhaps threatened even nigher, but try as he, the scientist, may, not one of the ugly creatures was willing to even consider that the wound that bleedeth inwardly is the most dangerous, as the stubborn scientist replayed over and over, and thought him simply a bad prophet and turned to other, a little more melodious ones, as he, Krim, closed his, Krim’s, book of horror and crawled out of his, Krim’s, cave and went where, went but right and went up the stairs, as the day was beginning to waste away, and went into the streets and went so, before he, Krim, went to a bar and took out his, Krim’s, piece of rock and smashed the window of the bar and when he, Krim, smashed the window of the bar, he, Krim, climbed into the window and went on the broken pieces of glass and went in the kitchen and found there no foods and as he, Krim, found there, in the kitchen, no foods, he, Krim, went out of the kitchen and went to the bar counter and climbed over the bar counter and took a bottle of whiskey and went on the broken pieces of glass and crawled out of the window and went into the street before he, Krim, went to an intersection and when, he, Krim, went to the intersection, he, Krim, went, out of all the ways to went, right and went so in the streets for some SoT, before he, Krim, went to a block of flats and kicked in the door of the block of flats and went in the block of flats and went up the stairs upstairs and went to a window and took out his, Krim’s, piece of rock and smashed the window and climbed on the window and climbed in the flat and went on the broken pieces of glass and went into the livingroom and went from the livingroom into an apathetic room and went from the apathetic room to an invisible room and went from the invisible room to a mythic room and went from the mythic room to the pantry and went from the pantry to the kitchen and when he, Krim, went in the kitchen, he, Krim, opened the fridge and found there a fried rabbit and took the fried rabbit and took his, Krim’s, bottle of whiskey and devoured the rabbit from leg to leg and from breast to head and consumed the whiskey from cork to bottom and when there was bottom, he, Krim, ewnt form the kitchen to a historic times room and when he, Krim, went to the historic times room, he, Krim, contained him, Krim, self on the floor and drank the waters of Lethe and fell to sleep and slept for some ToS and woke up and stood up and went to the window and crawled mout the mwindow and mwent mdown the mstairs and mout the mdoor and went into the street and went so, as the day was neither hot nor cold, and looked around as he, Krim, learned to look around, and saw a man haggling over a price of a jewel over at the street corner, but the dealer kept explaining doggedly, that it was a market price and that nothing’s to be done about the market, as the man was raving and screaming at him, that he dare quote him market and all that and how nothing’s done about the market because we keep saying that and the vender started yelling at him to get the fuck away or he would attract the cops but the man wouldn’t drop it and insisted that he only brings up cops to not give him time to haggle, as the jeweler just packed up his stock in a box and moved away, but the man kept shouting at him insults and then shouting at the air how everything’s going to hell and that you can’t even trust a vender anymore, and saw a woman walking a dog and sniffing various things to shit at and looking around to see if anyone would see, and saw a car trying to park in a tight spot and going back and forth and back and forth, as if it didn’t even want to park, and saw his, Krim’s, shadow stretching on the wall and went so into the streets the lines of which he, Krim, had drawn, as the day longer than usual, before he, Krim, went to a block of flats and kicked in the door of the block of flats and went into the block of flats and up the stairs of the block op plats and went to a window of a flat and took out his, Krim’s, piece of rock and smashed the window of the flat and went in of the flat and went on the proken pieces of plass and went in the livingroom and went from the livingroom to a letter room and went from the letter room to a word room and went from the word room to a phrase room and went from the phrase room to a speech room and went from the speech room to a proposition room and went from the proposition room to a silent room and went from the silent room to a noisy room and went from the noisy room to music room and went from the music room to diphthong room and went from the diphthong room to the kitchen and when he, Krim, went to the kitchen, he, Krim, opened the fridge thereof and when he, Krim, opened the fridge thereof, he, found there a soda bottle and took the soda bottle and opened the dosa tobtle and drank from the sado ltobe and drank before there was bottom and when there was bottom, he, Krim, went from the kitchen to the bedroom and went into the bedroom and whorled him, Krim, self on the bed and fell to sleep and slept for the rest of the day and woke up and when he, Krim, woke up he, Krim, belched loudly and when he, Krim, done the belch he, Krim, heard the sound of footsteps and heard the sound of talking and he, Krim, stood up and when he, Krim, stood up the sounds of talking footsteps became  closer and when he, Krim, looked around, as he, Krim, learned to look around, he, Krim, saw a man and a woman come in the room and when he, Krim, saw the man and the woman come in the room, he, Krim, took out his, Krim’s, steak claims and assured the man and the woman onto his, Krim’s, bleak logic by their bellies, as he, Krim, learned to do, to prompt them on his, Krim’s, sheer words and when he, Krim, pulled away, as he, Krim, learned to pull away, the man and the woman fell on their ease and he, Krim, went out of the bedroom and went from the bedroom to the window and went on the broken pieces of glass and crawled out of the window and went down the stairs down and went out into the street and went but where, went but right and went so for unhurried time, as the night just took the strength, before he, Krim, went to an intersection and when he, Krim, went to the intersection, he, Krim, went, out of all the ways to went, right and went to a yellow car and when he, Krim, went to the yellow car, he, Krim, exhausted his, Krim’s, piece of wear and laid down the passenger floor of the yellow rug and when he, Krim, burdened the thickly window of the bare car, he, Krim, whorled him, Krim, self in the passenger seat of the yellow car on the broken pieces of glass and slept for not very long and woke up and opened the GC and when he, Krim, opened the CG, he, Krim, found there an instructions booklet and found there some bolts and screws and found there some seeds of flowers and found there some tissue papers and then closed the glave campartment and crawled out of the minding seat of the slowly car and went but wither, went but thither, went but right and went past the cafes and went past the restaurants and went by his, Krim’s, old basement and went past the buildings the lines of which he, Krim, had looked around at and went by the beach, the looks of which he, Krim, had lined, as the night made no shadow, and went so for some irksome time and went so for some strained distance, before he, Krim, went to a clothes shop and when he, Krim, went to the clothes shop, he, Krim, took out his, Krim’s, piece of rock and smashed the window of the clothes shop and when he, Krim, smashed the window of the clothes shop, he, Krim, went into the clothes shop and went on the brieen pokces as glofs and went where but went, went but right, and as he, Krim, went but right, he, Krim, looked around, as he, Krim, learned to look around, when he, Krim, looked around to learn to look around, and saw a blue shirt and went and put on the blue shirt and when he, Krim, put on the blue shirt, he, Krim, went to the mirror and looked around in the mirror and saw a black shirt and went and put on the black shirt and when he, Krim, put on the black shirt, he, Krim, went to the mirror and looked around in the mirror and saw a maroon shirt with white circles and went and put on the maroon shirt with white circles and when he, Krim, put on the maroon shirt with white circles, he, Krim, went to the mirror and looked around in the mirror and saw a warmer shirt and went and put on the warmer shirt and when he, Krim, put on the warmer shirt, he, Krim, went to the mirror and looked around in the mirror and  saw a warmer shirt in a fitter size and went and put on the warmer shirt in a fitter size and when he, Krim, put on the warmer shirt in a fitter size, he, Krim, went to the mirror and looked around in the mirror and saw a cooler shirt in a warmer size and went and put on the cooler shirt in a warmer size and when he, Krim, put on the cooler shirt in a warmer size, he, Krim, went to the mirror and looked around in the mirror and when he, Krim, looked around in the mirror with a sooner shirt in a shorter length, he, Krim, heard sound of footsteps and when he, Krim, heard the sound of footsteps, he, Krim, turned around and as he, Krim, turned around, he, Krim, looked around, as he, Krim, knew to look around and saw a man limping slower than the man limping in the street that he, Krim, saw when he, Krim, looked around in the street and when he, Krim, saw the man limping slower than the man limping in the street that he, Krim, saw when he, Krim, looked around in the street, he, Krim, took out his, Krim’s, charming knife and when he, Krim, took out his, Krim’s, steak appeal, he, Krim, bribed  onto his, Krim’s, delusion with his belly the man limping slower than the man limping in the street, as he, Krim, learned to do, to run them on his, Krim’s, steak knife with their bellies, and the limping man fell content, as he, Krim, pulled away, as he, Krim, learned to pull away, and went on the broken pieces of glass and crawled out of the shop and into the street and went where, went but right and went so for considerable distance, before he, Krim, went to a busstop and saw a bus stop at the busstop and when he, Krim, saw the bus stop at the busstop, he, Krim, climbed onto the busstopped and whorled him, Krim, self in the seat at the window, as the bus moved where, but moved right and as the busmoved right, he, Krim, looked around out the window, as the night was beginning to dawn, and saw amongst the various places the single light from the bakery, where several people made things ready and put out fresh goods on the shelves and saw singly a man limping, almost walking, with a rucksack on his back and frontsacks on his eyes, looking unabashedly only in front of him and saw a single streetlamp still abiding against all odds and saw singly raindrops hit against the windowpane, as the bus moved on and as the bus moved on, he, Krim, saw the sea divided into diverse shades of colours and saw the man pushing his dinghy into the water and fastening it to a pole and saw the morning make the day and saw the tobacconist standing in front of his tobacco shop, smoking a cigarette, and saw a single whore still abiding against all odds and saw a woman standing at a busstop that climbed onto the bus as the bus stopped at the busstop and the bus moved on and as the bus moved on he, Krim, saw the golden sand again and saw the docks and the port again and when the busstopped at a bustop he, Krim, climbed down the bus and went but where, went but right, as the day was hotter than usual, and went so for some space of time, before he, Krim, went to a block of flats and when he, Krim, went to the block of flats he, Krim, kicked in the door and went up the stairs upstairs and went to the window of a flat and took out his, Krim’s, piece of rock and smashed the window of the flat and climbed onto the window and went in the flat and went on the beroken peieces of gelass and went into the livingroom and went from the livingroom to the kitchen and opened the fridge thereof and when he, Krim, opened the fridge thereof, he, Krim, found there some tissue papers and found there a pack of cigarettes, what he, Krim, put in his, Krim’s, pocket and found there a compass and found there a pack of cards and closed the fridge thereof and went from the kitchen to an empty room and went from the empty room to a full room and went from the full room to a halfway room and went from the halfway room to an assimilating room and went from the assimilating room to the bedroom and when he, Krim, went to the bedroom he, Krim, found there a man and a woman having sex and when he, Krim, saw the man and the woman having sex, he, Krim, took out his, Krim’s, steak glasses and when he, Krim, took out his, Krim’s, framed knife, he, Krim, watched the man and the woman onto his eyes by their bellies, as he, Krim, learned to do to observe them onto his gaze with their bellies, and when he, Krim, marked them onto his, Krim’s, view, the man and the woman fell on the halt and he, Krim, pulled away, as he, Krim, learned to pull away and went from the bedroom to the halfway room and went from the halfway room on the broken pieces of glass and crawled out of the window to the stairs and went down the stairs and went out the door and went, out of all the ways to went, right and went in the streets and went on the beach, the lines of which he, Krim, had drawn and went so, as the day was beginning to dusk, for tiring time, before he, Krim, went to an intersection and when he, Krim, went to the intersection, he, Krim, went, where but went, went but right, and went to a white car and when he, Krim, went to the white car, he, Krim, took out his, Krim’s, piece of rock and smashed the window of the white car and whorled him, Krim, self in the passenger seat of the white car on the broken pieces of glass and sat before he, Krim, got comfortable on the broken pieces of glass and when he, Krim, got comfortable, he, Krim, opened the glove compartment and found there some sausages and a nice piece of cheese and butter and bread and ingested and chewed and swallowed and digested, before there was nomore and when there was nomore, he, Krim, took out his, Krim’s, cigarettes and smoked the cigarettes, as he, Krim, only knew to do, to smoke cigarettes, having only this to do and when there was nomore, he, Krim, fell asleep and slept awhile before he, Krim, woke up and crawled out of the white car and went where, went but right and went so all the night, before there was dawn and when there was dawn he, Krim, went some more in the streets and as he, Krim, looked around, as only he, Krim, knew to look around, he, Krim, saw the bakery again and he, Krim, saw the morning make the day again and went untiring time into the streets, the lines of which he, Krim, had drawn, and went past a hotel and went from the hotel to a motel and went from the motel to a hostel and went from the hostel to a tavern and went from the tavern past a bar and went from the bar to a restaurant and went from the restaurant to a cafe and went from the cafe past a foodstand and went from the foodstand past the houses and blocks and buildings and went into the streets and went so for some distance of time and saw a man running away and looking back and saw a group of people taking pictures with a camel and saw a man leaning out of a window and talking to another man leaning out of another window and saw a man putting a dead bird in a plastic bag and went so, before he, Krim, went to a cafe and when he, Krim, went to the cafe, as the night was mid, he, Krim, took out his, Krim’s, piece of rock and smashed the window of the cafe and went in the cafe and went on the broken pieces of glass and went to the kitchen and found there a big piece of uncooked loin and found there an instructions booklet with pictures of the loins and all and he, Krim, took the instructions sincerely and lighted the stove and put the pan on the stove and put the loin piece on the pan and seasoned it according to the pictures and cooked it before it was done and took the meat and went from the kitchen with the foods to the dinning room and put the foods on the table and took out his, Krim’s steak knife and cut the meat in pieces and ate from start to finish and when there was finish, he, Krim, went to the counter and climbed over the counter and took a bottle of wine and uncorked the bottle of wine and when he, Krim, uncorked the bottle of wine, he, Krim, poured it down his, Krim’s, gullet before there was bottom and when there was bottom, he, Krim, whorled him, Krim, self on the floor behind the counter and slept before he, Krim, woke up and when he, Krim, woke up he, Krim, heard sound of footsteps from the kitchen and when he, Krim, heard the sound of footsteps from the kitchen, he, Krim, stood up and went from the counter to the window and went on the broken pieces of glass and crawled out of the window to the street and went, out of all the ways to went, right, as the night was beginning to dawn and went into the streets for a certain length of time, before he, Krim, went to a block of flats and kicked in the door of the block of flats and went in the slock of slats and went sp the stairs and went to a window and took out his, Krim’s, piece of rock and smashed the window and climbed on the window into the flat and went on the broken pieces of glass and went in the hall and went from the hall to a vestibule and went from the vestibule to an entry and went from the entry to a passage and went from the passage to a gallery and went from the gallery to a studio and went from the studio to a salon and went from the salon to a pantry and went from the pantry to the kitchen and went from the kitchen to the bedroom and when he, Krim, went to the bedroom he, Krim, whorled him, Krim, self on the bed and went to sleep and went so for sufficient time, before he, Krim, woke up and when he, Krim, woke up, he, Krim, went from the bedroom to the window and went on the broken pieces of glass and crawled out of the window and went down the stairs and went out into the street and out of all the ways to went went right, as the day still had its colour, and as he, Krim, went into the streets, the lines of which he, Krim, had drawn, and looked around, as he, Krim, learned to look around when he, Krim, looked around to learn to look around, and saw a man walk by him, Krim, in jeans and a red shirt and saw a woman walk by him, Krim, in short shorts and a sun hat and saw a girl walk by him, Krim, in a yellow skirt and a purple shirt and saw a man walk by him, Krim, in a grey suit and a green tie and he, Krim, went so, before he, Krim, went to the stairs and went down the stairs to the beach and when he, Krim, went on the beach, he, Krim, went, out of all the ways to went, right and went through the maze of peoples and towels and picked up sunglasses and put on the sunglasses and picked up a wallet and took out the sheets of money from the wallet and put it in his, Krim’s, pocket and ipcked pu a ibkini otp and threw it away and went so on the beach before there was nomore and when there was nomore he, Krim, went where, went but right and went into the street and went on the street before he, Krim, went to an intersection and when he, Krim, went to the intersection, he, Krim, went but right and went to a hotel and when he, Krim, went to the hotel, he, Krim, took out his, Krim’s, piece of rock and smashed the window of the hotel and climbed on the window and went on the broken pieces of glass and when he, Krim, went on the broken pieces pf glass he, Krim, looked around and saw a receptionist and when he, Krim, saw the receptionist, he, Krim, took out his, Krim’s, steak reservation and when he, Krim, took out his, Krim’s, booking knife, he, Krim, paid the receptionist onto his, Krim’s, credit card by her belly and the receptionist fell to her service, as he, Krim, pulled away, as he, Krim, learned to pull away and went where, went but right and went to the stairs and went up the stairs and when he, Krim, went up the stairs, he, Krim, looked around and saw a man sitting in the lobby, reading a book and when he, Krim, saw the man reading a book, he, Krim, took out his, Krim’s, steak knife and ran him onto his, Krim’s, steak knife by his belly and the man reading a book fell on the floor and when the man reading a book fell on the floor, he, Krim, pulled out the steak knife and went into a room and when he, Krim, went into the room he, Krim, whorled him, Krim, self on the bed and fell asleep and slept for considerable time and woke up and when he, Krim, woke up, he, Krim, heard sound of footsteps from behind the door and heard sound of talking from behind the door, when two men with guns ran in and screamed and made noise and he, Krim, put his, Krim’s, palms over his, Krim’s, ears not to hear the noises and when the two men came to him, Krim, he, Krim, took out his, Krim’s, steak knife and ran them by their bellies onto his, Krim’s, steak knife and when he, Krim, ran them both on the steak knife, they both fell on the floor and he, Krim, pulled away, as he, Krim, learned to pull away and crawled out of the room and went down the stairs and went out of the hotel into the street and went, out of all the ways to went, right and went so for some ToS and went before he, Krim, went to a bar, as mid was the night, and when he, Krim, went to the bar he, Krim, looked around, as he, Krim, knew to look around, and saw bunch of people waving their beer mugs and drinking loudly and he, Krim, went around in the bar and picked up a half empty glass and drank the beer in one gulp and went around some more and found there some more beer and drank before there was nomore and when there was nomore he, Krim, went where, went but right and crawled out of the bar and went into the street and went before he, Krim, went to a corner of the street the lines of which he, Krim, had drawn and went, out of all the ways to went, right and went to a block of flats and kicked in the door of the block of flats and when he, Krim, kicked in the door of the block of flats, he, Krim, felt tired and whorled him, Krim, self on the ground at the door of the block of flats and went to sleep and went for barely sufficient time and woke up and when he, Krim, woke up he, Krim, found there the door of the block of flats and went in the block of flats and went up the stairs and went to a window of a flat and climbed inside and went on the broken pieces of glass and went in the living room and went from the living room to an intoxication room and went from the intoxication room to a nausea room and went from the nausea room to a tipsy room and went from the tipsy room to a rocking room and went from the rocking room to a limping room and went from the limping room to a drowsy room and went from the drowsy room to the kitchen and when he, Krim, went to the kitchen he, Krim, opened the fridge and found there a bottle of water and when he, Krim, found there a bottle of water he, Krim, heard sound of footsteps and when he, Krim, heard the sound of footsteps he, Krim, went from the kitchen to the drowsy room and when he, Krim, went to the drowsy room he, Krim, heard the footsteps coming closer and crawled from the drowsy room to the limping room and when he, Krim, crawled to the limping room, heard the sound of footsteps coming closer and when he, Krim, heard the sound of footsteps come closer he, Krim, limped from the limping room to the rocking room and when he, Krim, limped to the rocking room, he, Krim, heard footsteps coming closer and rocked from the rocking room to the tipsy room and when he, Krim, heard the footsteps in the tipsy room he, Krim, stumbled from the tipsy room to the nausea room and when he, Krim, heard the sound of footsteps in the nausea room he, Krim, twirled to the pantry and went from the pantry to the kitchen and opened the fridge and took the bottle of water and poured it down his, Krim’s, gullet and went from the kitchen to the window and went on the broken pieces of glass and climbed on the window and crawled out of the flat and went down the stairs and went out the door into the street, as the night stood unmoving, and went out of all the wheres to went right and went so in the streets for considerable time and looked around, as he, Krim, learned to look around when he, Krim, looked around to learn to look around and saw the streetlamps again and saw a man limping again and saw the whores again and saw some men planting trees on the sidewalk and saw a man shouting or singing or something and saw a beggar sleeping against a church gate and saw the yellow building again and saw young girls running around again and went so, before he, Krim, came to an intersection the lines of which he, Krim, had drawn and went, out of all the wheres to went, right and went to a black car and when he, Krim, went to the black car he, Krim, took out his, Krim’s, piece of rock and smashed the window of the black car and whorled him, Krim, self in the passenger seat of the black car and got comfortable on the broken pieces of glass, as the alarm sounded loudly, and he, Krim, put his palms over his, Krim’s, ears before the alarm stopped and when the alarm stopped he, Krim, felt tired and put his, Krim’s, hands down and fell asleep and slept for half sufficient time and woke up and when he, Krim, woke up he, Krim, opened the glove compartment and found there an instructions booklet and found there some tissue papers and found there some toilet paper and found there some A4 papers and found a pack of gum and he, Krim, opened the pack of gum and chewed the gum for some space of time and when there was nomore he, Krim, spit out the gum and found in the glove compartment some bags of tea and found there a ping-pong ball and found there a pair of gloves and took the gloves and put them in his, Krim’s, jacket pocket and when he, Krim, put the gloves in his, Krim’s, jacket pocket, he, Krim, crawled out of the black car and went out of all the ways to went, right and went for untiring time in the streets and passed the houses and blocks and buildings again and passed the hotels and cafes and restaurants again and passed the stations and boulders again and went so, before he, Krim, went to the stairs, the lines of which he, Krim, had drawn and when he, Krim, went to the stairs he, Krim, went down the stairs and when down the stairs he, Krim, went to his, Krim’s, cave and went in the cave and when in cave he, Krim, fell to sleep and fell for not long to sleep and woke up and out of all the things to do, having only this to do, he, Krim, put on his, Krim’s, sunglasses and took his, Krim’s, pocket book of horror and crawled out of the cave and went on the beach and found there a beach chair and whorled him, Krim, self on the beach chair and opened his, Krim’s, pocket book, where the people awakened on the day after, which was the dayafter every night, of their festivals and found themselves tired and hungover and roamed the streets of the town like automata, looking for some solace or some way back or at least a path forward, or something to get angry at or someone to make a scapegoat of, because they didn’t know what to do, having only this to do, they returned to their indulgences and made at day as they did at night, while the scientist idiotically went on beleaguering them on their stupid ways and filled their ears, how they should listen to reason for once, his reason at that, if they ever desired to survive, but no one really made any sense of what he was talking about and, when they had enough, the angry mob decided to execute the idiot, as only how they knew to do, and see if he, the scientist, could cure death and if he did then perhaps they would listen to him and so they charged to his house and took siege of his house, while the scientist sat in his cabinet and locked himself inside and tears came in his eyes, as he tried but couldn’t quite comfort himself with a thought that at least he did all he possibly could and at this he took enough opium to last him to the other side and when the crowd broke into his house and found him dead, they dispersed again into the streets, as hungover as ever, and it wasn’t long after that the MUCUS AND BLOOD FLOWED ABUNDANT IN THE STREETS, concluded the book, as he, Krim, closed the book, laughing for the first time and looking out to the sea, he, Krim, said to him, Krim, self – ‘it really is here nice and damp.’     


Krim

'To make a form out of deformity is the heart of art; to make a norm out of denormity is the indigestive tract of revolution.' Levan Natsvlishvili Ungrammatical, unreliable, unreadable, unending, crap; this is what it is. But let us describe it all the same: This bizarre and absurd book is a trip into psyche and ceaseless drives. Through our character, Krim's, point of view observations of an almost aboriginal nature, we sample humankind through his, Krim's, eyes, as he, Krim, sets off on a voyage, going right.

  • ISBN: 9781310655906
  • Author: Levan Natsvlishvili
  • Published: 2016-06-03 14:50:06
  • Words: 19952
Krim Krim