By Ono, Yoko
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Yellow Talk a) All colours are imaginary except yellow. Yellow is the colour of the sun at its height. Other colours are shades of yellow in varying degrees. —Dr. Song b) Yellow is the only imaginary colour. —Dr. Suzuki c) Every colour has yellow in it. —Dr. Lee d) All colours are imaginary. —Dr. Kato Quiz II Check the ones you think are right. Youth Talk You are still young because: a) you never matured b) you talk baby-talk to your mate c) your children say so d) your grandchildren say so e) you don’t see any wrinkles on your face f) you still hate the same friends g) other reasons (give your reason) Quiz III Check the ones you think are right.
Sound Piece III Listen to your town breathing. l) at dawn 2) in the morning 3) in the afternoon 4) in the evening 5) before dawn Sound Piece IV Listen to what the next person is thinking. Listen to what the person in the next house is thinking. Listen to what the person in another city is thinking. Listen to what the person in another country is thinking. Tell us what you’ve heard. Sound Piece V Spring Tape the sound of friends laughing together. Save it for a rainy day. Sound Piece VI Summer Tape the sound of your baby son crying.
Ask it to be passed on to other trees. Wish Piece V Whisper your desire to the wind. Ask the wind to take it to the end of the world. Wish Piece VI Write all the things you want to do. Ask others to do them and move on. Keep dancing. Questionnaire I Check the following statements: True/False l) All streets are invisible. The visible ones are fake ones, though some visible ones are the end parts of the invisible ones. 2) If you wear something long enough it becomes part of you and you suffer from serious physical maladjustment when you take it off.