Wild Communication

We’ve dressed up in our best and are prepared to go down like gentlemen.

Benjamin Guggenheim
Born October 26, 1865

senyrü: a prepared reception

as a gentleman
best suited to entertain
prepared to meet death

On this Day:
1881 – The Gunfight at the O.K. Corral in Tombstone, Arizona took place.

Tombstone Thoughts

A fatal family feud
Requires more than one bitter brood


It’s better off dead
If it’s gone to your head


Lived to have fun
With two side arms and a sawed-off shotgun


If it’s gone to shit
Put a bullet in it


Never able to communicate
Rushed through life like death wouldn’t wait


Embrace the day
Everything will be O.K. (Corral)

A name written in
Blood and
The landscape

What we do does not define who we are. What defines us is how well we rise after falling.

Bob Hoskins
Born October 26, 1942

There is no such thing as a sunfall

Lune: décrocher la lune

darkness has fallen
moon rise comes
beacon of the night

Worldwide Howl at the Moon Night

Start a celebration
Reliant on a shifting body
Set a date
Shifting body doesn’t attend

There’s no moon on the 26th of October this year.

Moonoku: wild communication

raise chin/snout, deep breath, howl clearly

(Backlight by moon cool but not necessary)

Wolves are not howling at the moon.
Wolves are nighttime creatures that communicate by howling — by lifting their chins, the sound can be projected further.

prendre la lune avec les dents

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