heads or tails

heads or tails

(single voice with punctuating multiplicities and varying treatments)

If such a thing as

[ a fair coin-toss ]

exists

[ (non-standard question), ]

would that mean every toss

Chorus: every on every in every at every

depends on every

Chorus: every on every in every at every

other coin-toss in every part

Chorus: every on every in every at every

of the world, at every

Chorus: every on every in every at every

time and place inside and outside of space?

(explore)

Could such a proposition infer that each coin-toss cannot act discretely from every

(explore)

Chorus: every on every in every at every

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non-coin-toss-produced movement, be it

[ to play a tambourine ]

or

« [ to worry at prayer beads while jumping or jiggling, ] »

(The Story of Being Invisible)

which are modified aberrations of coin-tossing which result in a tossed coin—for when one thinks of it,

[ what isn't a coin-toss? ]

Furthermore, might this imply that all of life is an illusion, and, finally,

[ when every coin

(explore)

Chorus: every on every in every at every

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is in the dynamic state of tossing ]

there can no longer even

[ (oddly) ]

be coin-tosses?

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[ And what if the tossers were brothers? ]

Connected

« coins »

(Cans With Labels) –or- see “coins” later)

tossed by genetic material produced from the same ovum?

[ Would it matter if one were a girl, …

[ the other a tranny— ]

[ fraternal twins? ] ]

[ Or if one were white, the other Latino, the third tattooed? ]

(explore)

(pause—brief musical interlude)

The most incomprehensible thing about the universe is that it is comprehensible.

[ Four heads/six tails. Three tails/five heads, 50/50. ]

(explore)

What is most incomprehensible is that boys can toss

« coins, »

(Cans With Labels) –or- see “coins” earlier)

can be brothers, might be strangers.

[ Maybe they have a common friend, a thread in common, ]

[ a common talent, ]

[ a common letter in their common but different names ]

[ (John vs. Don). ]

Would it be possible for them to have nothing in common?

(explore)

[ No! That's incomprehensible. ]

(explore)

Would nothing in common be a commonality?

(explore)

(pause—brief musical interlude)

What if too many coin-tosses occur concordantly and the planet wobbles off balance,

[ tossed out into space— ]

A trying notion of the planet and its density.

Trying to

win.

To

balance.

To

believe

in

fairness.

Equality.

What if no winning was the income

[ (or outcome) ]

of any coin-toss, nothing fair exists, is possible--whether random or divine destiny, whether manifest chance or God's calculations,

« stars tallied »

(Measurement - Tallying Divinity)

as an abacus across infinite space.

(music stops)

(softly—quickly—distinctively)

[ The logic of numbers and faith intersecting with the insubstantial toss of

an empty coin. ]

(explore)