not to be human
norman douglas does way too much, even tho he says he does as little as possible. he lives alone while advocating community. he writes poems on the street and says he’s not a poet. he uses human languages to say that language fails to create the true realm of the unspeakable. he knows we’re not even people and says the planet would still be perfectly invaluable without animals to validate its worth. mostly he wants to not want. also, he pays the rent to sleep in the apartment he calls home in hudson, new york.