received a free issue of SMITHSONIAN
in the Sept 1970 summary, saw this quite from Richard Bach -- author of Johnathan Livingston Seagull, a lame book, perhaps frequently assigned to students about to matriculate to college (not to me) -- he claims to be ageless and also, his new book, "Open it anywhere and on that page is what you most need to know"
“open it anywhere – and on that page
(not anywhere – to any page)
is what you most need to know
want / intend? to know versus to seek out?
obviously a version of the surrealist... college band name picking... become "profound" anyway
where bad formalism meets bad langiage-oriented constraint--