No, this prompt has nothing to do with Louis C.K., although, i do think he is funny.
Musician, comedian, poet, and owner of his own publishing company, Derrick Brown. I would say i'm jealous, i would say i'm envious, somehow he figured out how to do everything, somehow he figured out how to make music good enough to open for guys like the flaming lips, and be funny enough to open for comedians like david cross, and have this incredible talent to write, and perform poetry.
But i guess this isn't about him either.
I guess it was supposed to be more about a guy named anis mojgani, and his poem entitled "the branches are full, and these orchards heavy" (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wvs-tBuSVLY&list=FLG2Uc-pNdNaHbnciepuoe3w&index=6&feature=plpp_video) he creates this fantastical imaginary world that is more real then the keyboard my fingers are punching. He speaks to men, men who have forgotten God, Men who have put money and possesions and themselves above god, men who refusual to believe what they hear and what they read, what they have been taught, he speaks to the men who are "cuting god out from their insides"
He speaks to god, he does not bow or kneel, he does not ask or whisper, he SCREAMS, he demands, he doesn't not humble himself, he lifts himself up and drags every question that man has ever had to offer god, and SCREAMS "I want to SEE YOU, i want to see your FACE."
I wish i could write like him, i wish i could perform like him, i wish i could make YOU feel, i wish i could write the poem that Kyle Nelson talks about in his poem (whose name escapes me) but i wish i could write that poem that makes you and him question god, that makes you want to pick up a phone and call your friend just to let them know that they missed out on something incredible, something that they will never be able to capture, I wish i could write a poem that makes someone jealous, i wish i could write a poem like "the branches are full, and these orchards heavy" because this is the kind of poem that Kyle was talking about.
So, I guess that this is really about Kyle Nelson.
with blood-stained fingers,