ASK I: ā€œIā€™m actively clueless?ā€

Q: I am more than half my gut. I’m my best barber. I grow a wire I rarely wear. I’m actively clueless?

A: You’re well on the road to life.

Keep a vital step for mid-life.

Look ignored.

Be patient, natural and comfortable.

Start out by listing.

Trust a steer that flatters you.

Shape “Lucky You” with hair on your face.

Knock on dozens of frames.

Build three pairs of glass pairs of glass women.

Keep a folder you want.

Look like mental notes you spot in the airport.

Gradually, the gaps in you close (with help).

Complete a time uniform.

Separate.

Worry about sharp charcoal.

Zip a stovepipe dark.

A smidgen of stretch will make a pea well-cut boots.

Loaf. Rush. Buck.

Eat your new watch, belt to trim!


Blackout composition, source: “Ask Teri”, Teri Agins, The Wall Street Journal, 1/22/15

In situ, below …

newspaper blackout

ASK I: “I need a match?”

A: I am on a mission. I need a match?

Q: Your week is a rendezvous with peaks and valleys.

The usual happens between strangers.

Think of the first week of a final exam.

Enjoy the journey between – like souls.

It’s is always a date in Manhattan.

Lay. Fall. Sweat. Love. Your shoes or boots walk on.

Have your hair.

Blow out a ring of streets.

Don’t forget your neck.

Faint flat with a puff.

Be modest with a cross.

Wrap Fall in a sweater.

Narrow.

Pan.

Frame your pretty ear and wear out a lure.

Flow and sense.

Security May, be delightful!


blackout composition, source: “Ask Teri,” Teri Agins, The Wall Street Journal, 11/13/14

in situ, below …

newspaper blackout