The
Last
Performance
is
the
fulfillment
of
the
lesson
of
the
fifth,
as
interpreted
by
a
certain
audience
member
who
did
not
know
that
her
conclusion
was
part
of
the
performance.
This
question
was
performed:
how
do
you
say
goodbye?
She
answered
this
way:
I'll
learn
to
leave
quietly
(not
in
a
blaze
of
bodiless
record-breaking
propelled
by
a
less
than
satisfying
marriage,
or
with
a
version
of
"I
kill
myself"
that
puzzles
scholars
for
a
while
but
still
leaves
someone
(I
or
myself)
twice-dead
and
waterlogged
under
an
anchor).
The
weight
of
our
lasts
slung
over
our
shoulders
like
impossibly
dense
puppet's
feet,
we
need
to
become
ventriloquists
of
double
building.
The
last
performance
is
not
done
for
applause,
but
for
a
kiss
on
the
forehead
from
a
dead
or
imagined
king.
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