armadillos are a breed of capitalistic roadkill perfume that can be
hazardous to your health, for it is the armadillo that is very susceptible
to leprosy, a very strange disease. Large numbers are found along Arkansas
roads...the nose, odour(Brit spelling) coming first is this not Kristeva's
idea?..of it being 'first'? Synaesthesiac bacilli aerosol Super Pimp fossil
fuel still claiming victims even after it has passed and very few solutions
to this one. Is leprosy lying in wait along American roadways?
"For it certainly was not the old woman who had brought that faint,
indefinable perfume into the room. Not had the one who distilled it been
gone from here very long, for such a fragrance would have faded away within
a few days. Cadfael had a nose for floral esences, and recognized jasmine."
(BCHG, p.127, Leper of Saint Giles)
"I won't go to heaven when I die. Just let me walk the green of
Shillelagh."(Waddell, Wandering Scholars)
"'It is Irish miniscule, the insular script.' Anselm's voice grew more
reverent....flowered in exquisite colours...tiny perfect women sat reading
on turfed seats... swans sailed on crystal rivers minute ships ventured onto
oceans the size of a tear"
(BCHG, p.100, The Heretic's Apprentice)
Leprosy is a phenomenon of the surface, and thus points to accompanyment
with Deleuze's Logic of Sense;it is not a virulent pathogen, and skin tests
for it are not conclusive: it eludes.
"Indeed, Cadfael's herbal remedies were in heavy demand at St. Giles for
their application 'soothed and placated the mind as well as the skin.' From
his crusading years in the east, Cadfael had first-hand experience of lepers
and leprosy...and was of the opinion that some of the inmates, although
labelled lepers, did not have the 'true' bacterial disease."
Go to modern texts on leprosy, and the reader will see that Cadfael surmised
such things as early as 1123.
The Danish form a protocol for those Jones-ing souls, yet did they
themselves ever Jones for the matter? Eggs are stamped and graded, too, and
their hogs, bred for length, have an extra pair of ribs.
"Fleur-de-luce was an ingredient in a draght to procure an abortion."
(BCHG, p.124 Summer of the Danes)
"The red dye yielded by its roots(traditionally used to colour Turkish
(BCHG p. 136, Madder, The Rose Rent)
ecstacy going deep to the marrow, madder's redness also penetrates this far.
Before reaching this point, Deleuze would have perhaps wished to abort and
move onto something else........a difference in kind...
"..and fresh seed to be sown for the kind that can weather the winter."
(BCHG, p.81, Cabbage, One Corpse Too Many)
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