The Collected Teachings of Ag Nom, Nong By Daniel Ableev
April 4, 2016 Comments Off on The Collected Teachings of Ag Nom, Nong By Daniel Ableev
John was an avid reader of books that were inspired or authored by the so-called Ö factor. He met his first Ö book during his VBR years in Eitelkeitstabellen (under Frunkfart) and fell in love with its utter lack of properties. All of the Ö books he had encountered so far featured nothing at all. But there were rumours about a unique book, which had exactly 1 distinct property: its title My Remote-controlled Blue Banjo. The content of this book, however, was non-definable. There was no content, or at least nothing to write hÖme about. Moreover, the book did not have any length or width; neither did it outweigh Proust’s Recer nor Schmidt’s Zem.
There is a darker, more bizarre side to tomorrow, which we call yesterday. We even had to buy us into slavery once.
A bicycle bum (Hobo bicircularis) mated once with the cemetery workers, whose moronic views were highly contagious, and published a Giant WEWWEJ from the year 1952, i. e. a huge pool of shush. Claude’s false clone, on the other hand, was a form so seldom that there is no mention of it in the Russian Dwarf’s Journeaux, a periodical about rat devouring or swallow threatening.
We’ve been trying to have a book about an anatomical peculiarity (Ö) for quite some time now, but the doctor said that I can’t get pregnant. Personally, I was pretty sure that he said that I can’t get enough, which is a somewhat rude thing to say. Anyway, this book (Ö) is about a boy, a girl (friend of boy), a father (father of boy), a spirit (spirit of boy), a mind (mind of boy), a ghost (ghost of boy), a geist (geist of boy), a phantom (phantom of boy), a doctor (doctor of boy), an old lady (an elderly woman of boy), and about Ö (Ö).
© 2015 Daniel Ableev
Daniel Ableev, *1981 in Novosibirsk, Russia, is a certified strangeologist from Bonn, Germany; he has studied law and comparative literature, writes for the metal magazine “Legacy,” composes avantsounds for “Freuynde + Gaesdte” and co-edits “DIE NOVELLE – Zeitschrift für Experimentelles;” publications in German & English, print & online (Born to Fear: Interviews with Thomas Ligotti, The Dream People, Alu etc.). www.wunderticker.com or www.wunderticker.de