posted on January 30, 2006 at 11:42 pm

forgive me my blogg
as i forgive those who write against us
i mean
what are the chances
that i could coff up something brilliant here
every day?!
i mean
i bet even milkshakespeare
wasnt on the money everyday
i realise yesterdays blogg was merely treading water
what can you do with that?
so what can i give ya today?
its a medium day here
good weather for mediums
and re taling spirits
theyre all around
if we but had the apparatii
to apprehend them
i remember days like these
when i stayed with aunty may d.
aunty may was the most lovely lady
who looked after me when i was four
she had the bluest blackest hair i had ever seen
she had a bee hive hair do
and wild sunglasses
she had a lie down every afternoon
she loved the musicals like oklahoma
she taught me the words to some of the songs
she explained the story of carousel to me
i was besotted
well you see there was this man
and his wife was having a baby
but when he thought it might be a girl
he was nervous coz he was quite poor
and he went out and robbed a bank…
why if he was having a girl did he rob the bank?
well i suppose he felt he would need more money
for clothes and things as she grew up….
he fell over on his own dagger accidently
and he died…
but years later
his daughter goes into a place
and the father is there as a ghost
and he talks to her, gives her advice..

i thought that was an amazing thing
when i was 4
so amazed by this concept
it seems to set me off on a course
where i expected,
demanded something extra ordinary
from music film whatever
if it didnae have that somehow otherworldly thing
then you could count me out
i liked religion at school
it was always me and some perplexed minister
debating some arcane biblical quibble
while the rest of the class mucked up
i mean
say what you like about the bible
theres plenty of otherworldly stuff in there
come on its a great read
have you read it?
in small chunks its not badde stuff
(even when you know the ending)
then as a kid
i always had the knack of finding books
in libraries that blue my mynde
lots of weird politically incorrect
DARK stuff
its all comin; out in my songs all the time
thanks aunty may d.
you looked after me just fine
you set me on my lifes predilection
one rainy afternoon in 1959
in mt st thomas nsw
i realised what i had to do
i had to try to describe
what could possibly be out there
in here
they dont make em like that lady anymore
i sure wish eve and aurora could spend an afternoon with her
ok my frends
thats a all

32 Responses to “every blogge you take, every comment you make”

  1. avatar
    OTTOMT | 31 January 2006 at 12:25 am #

    I think that when your daughters are in your library staring at those old books for hours on end, your Auntie May D. is there with them.
    She’s never left you.

  2. avatar
    the dean | 31 January 2006 at 12:28 am #

    but what is it that’s out there? do we have the intelligence to conceive of it? is religion a conceited view of our own importance? are the string theorist on the track or just turning science into belief? Is it all for nothing? I know less with each question.


  3. avatar
    fergal | 31 January 2006 at 12:38 am #

    nice one sk.
    i ain’t no christian (nor any type of monotheist) but ecclesiastes is one of the best books in the bible in my humble opinion – more philosophy than religious dogma … partso of it could almost be considered consistent with buddhist philosophy perhaps

  4. avatar
    captainmission | 31 January 2006 at 12:51 am #

    hi there,
    loved reading this one, had extra, (insert word here) and added, (insert another word here). Think it’s my fave so far.

    well thanks auntie may, you certainly set young sk on a rd less travelled, and i appreciate that journey.

    yeah i read the bible, book of enoch is my fave bit. i liked the b’ gita to.

  5. avatar
    Anonymous | 31 January 2006 at 1:51 am #

    Mum’s always been religous, not in a idol worshipping , pomp & ceremony kinda way.
    I thank her for making me play the baritone in the salvation army band when I was 13.
    Always read the bible to us at nite while we had our fruit.. some good stories
    She’s always had that inner peace & tries to live by the ten commandments ( or a more personalised version anyway)
    She’s happy even if there is nothing there when you go.

    Dutch Pierre

  6. avatar
    mike | 31 January 2006 at 2:17 am #

    It’s funny how certain people influnce us so much when we are young and set us out on a certain path, or how we remember certain things.

  7. avatar
    Daberhasher | 31 January 2006 at 2:19 am #

    will tread water for pearls such as these… gladly…

    personally, i believe the Bible owes a lot to the mushroom, the Manna… that may not fly in Detroit though… but i’m a sucker for hope, and there’s plenty in that book…

    yeah, aunty May is with your girls…


  8. avatar
    Anonymous | 31 January 2006 at 2:21 am #

    Sk I love ya……

    You should hear a classic/current artist by the name of Richard Hawley….50’s crooner/road song/extrodinaire……..

    I know its a dated sound, but I love his originality to the sound….

    I am in love with someone who is 2000 miles from me and I bought his last 3 albums in 2 weeks and I still cant get her out of my mind……….

    You may like it…… Cant wait for ULTC


  9. avatar
    CAPTAIN BEYOND | 31 January 2006 at 2:23 am #

    me lady Mary sounds like your Aunty May D. maybe Eve and Aurora could learn something from her sometime in our future. Mary is defintely otherworldly and me, well you already know…

  10. avatar
    glory doll | 31 January 2006 at 3:43 am #

    “they dont make em like that lady anymore
    i sure wish eve and aurora could spend an afternoon with her”

    great ending, sk
    full of humanity
    tied up the story very well
    while giving continuity to the
    past, present and future

  11. avatar
    the SeKrete police | 31 January 2006 at 11:03 am #

    Describing in here out there is alluring. We all happen along different paths but it’s for the same question. Despite your ultimatum/allegation/interrogation sgt. sk my back has never been turned, not even sure that’s a possiblity. And i ain’t after anything, gawd that’s a frustrating fixation, but i am here so go figure. Never mind, as always love rules you (insert friendly insult here). ←isn’t that a handy little device.

  12. avatar
    Sweed | 31 January 2006 at 11:21 am #

    Childhood…children are blessed with some extraordinary gifts. Bless those who (like aunty may) look after them…

  13. avatar
    Anonymous | 31 January 2006 at 12:26 pm #

    Treading water is still pretty good exercise.

  14. avatar
    Brad | 31 January 2006 at 1:30 pm #

    Aw man. I just figgured out what to click on. I’ve done the e-mail thingy a couple times. I thought that seemed a bit much and kinda weird. This is better and I will enjoy reading other people’s comments. As I have e-mailed, I enjoy your blog. Thanks.


  15. avatar
    aal | 31 January 2006 at 2:00 pm #

    Since your lyrics mean so much to me I assume I know your aunt in some way. Always a pleasure to read your blog.

  16. avatar
    Anonymous | 31 January 2006 at 3:55 pm #

    Hey SK if you’re into Eno you might like to check out ‘The Black Dog’ – new album ‘Silenced’ is gorgeous.
    thanks for the incredible daily read…

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    CeciliaGin | 31 January 2006 at 4:51 pm #

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    krissythegroupie | 31 January 2006 at 5:06 pm #

    Hmm, at my college it was much more fashionable to be existential. That was a sweetly reminiscent (something mother used to bake) post! Cute! I feel like I should go call my grandmother…

  19. avatar
    george | 31 January 2006 at 6:47 pm #

    Isn’t is funny how we never forget those pivotal moments in life? Even if they don’t really seem that important at the time, they somehow burrow their way into your being.

    I had a similar experience with my older brother Mark and The Clash’s “Combat Rock”. I was a pesky 6 year old in my bedroom listening to my favorite Snoopy LP. Mark burst in and uttered, “My turntable’s broken, I’m using yours.” To my horror he proceeded to discard Snoopy in place of these four creepy looking dudes that appeared to work on the railroad(check the cover!). Now I know “Combat Rock” isn’t considered their great masterpiece, but when my 6 year old brain heard the opening call-to-arms that is “Know Your Rights” something changed in me.

    Anyways, I hope it doesn’t get too demanding coming up with all these sweeping and lovely stream-of-conciousness rambles. We’ll still read it even if you wrote your grocery list or dirty limericks.

  20. avatar
    Anonymous | 31 January 2006 at 7:59 pm #

    I wonder… how can I ever have children if my parents aren’t here anymore?

  21. avatar
    oblique speak | 31 January 2006 at 10:31 pm #

    my back not being turned was in reference to the para-thingy. if that wasn’t clear.

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    12str | 31 January 2006 at 10:42 pm #

    when i was 6 years old i wanted to be a priest…
    we were living abroad and the only book i had was the childrens bible my granny brought me from sweden…
    oh those stories maan!
    i was fascinated by the magic and the cruelty and the beauty of the tales…
    three years later i wanted to be an archeologist(pardon my english)

    what did i become?!
    a bartender!!
    life is strange!!

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