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I Indigo May 11, 2008

Filed under: Delphic Archipelago,Hucka D.,Tronesis — baker Blinker @ 8:02 am
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Baker Blinker:

Ok, so we’re at your new lair Hucka D. Talk away!

Hucka D.:

Thank you Baker Blinker. It started in Green City, Missouri. Or maybe Greencastle. Not good when you don’t even know where it started.

Baker Blinker:

No.

Hucka D.:

It didn’t end there though. Either of them. It ended at the “snipping” of the flower. There’s a lot connected with that. Baker B. will explore.

Baker Blinker:

What about all the other parts? The almost 100 years in-between? Alpha and omega, but there’s all the other parts of the alphabet. How about M and N, for example?

Hucka D.:

You had to bring that up. Man.

Baker Blinker:

The middle, I’m guessing, is not there but in Long Island. At the death of Pollock.

Hucka D.:

Green again. City, castle, something.

Baker Blinker:

What about the woman at the motel?

Hucka D.:

She was my landlord. We were entangled. (pause)

Baker Blinker:

About your art, then?

Hucka D.:

I want to talk about the future now. I want to do several things. First, I’d like to create a robot.

Baker Blinker:

You mentioned that before. The Tronesis robot?

Hucka D.:

Maybe. Maybe become a robot, even.

Baker Blinker:

Are you Peter Dunne, then? A Dunne deal Peter Dunne?

Hucka D.:

I don’t know that name.

Baker Blinker:

Tell me/us about the robot, then.

Hucka D.:

It will be blue.

Baker Blinker:

Uh huh.

Hucka D.:

It will be indigo.

Baker Blinker:

Oh?

Hucka D.:

It will sing.

Baker Blinker:

What will it sing?

It will sing the notes of the seven plants all at once. It will be based on the stairwell which contains the plants and which has nothing to do with the rest of your Big Blue house but is blue nonetheless. That robot will be that.

Baker Blinker:

What else? Why don’t you tell us about that dream about the plants. I found that interesting.

Hucka D.:

I dream quite vividly here. Perhaps because I am so new. I dreamed the plants were singing from my room next to them. I went past the first palm tree — still singing. Past the second, though, and — stopped. I then went through the plants again. Sat on the white chair — forgot the brand name — and waited for them to start again. Then I started thinking about the robot. I Robot.

Baker Blinker:

Indigo, you mean.

(no answer)

Baker Blinker:

In your Big Book, as you call it, can you say more about Afar? What is the meaning of the three pools, for instance?

Hucka D.:

There is beginning, there is middle, there is end. Beginning is near the top but not at the top. End is near the bottom but not at the bottom. A fourth pool is exactly the same size as the bathing bee. One could get trapped in it forever. The center is the key, because it links beginning and end.

Baker Blinker:

And, conveniently, we now sit at this center! It’s a nice size for a bee, but the area’s a little crowded for me.

Hucka D.:

North, south, east, west. Doubled. Then put here in the center. All in one. One in all.

Baker Blinker:

Ok. Yeah. What?

Hucka D,:

The flower. There (points to floating flower in middle of central pool). It sings.

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