This
dance
costs
me
to
do
it.
It
doesn’t
come
for
free.
When
I
take
each
second
and
count
it
and
keep
track
of
my
place
within
the
dome
of
1,500
consecutive
seconds
each
one
coming
with
the
same
force
and
tone
and
beat
and
time
and
never
giving
a
little
more
just
this
once
when
I
drive
to
keep
in
place
and
shifting
along
the
line
to
stay
within
the
relationship
I
am
building
in
time
and
space
with
four
others
who
are
also
counting
and
staying
fixed
within
the
matrix
of
movements
and
looking
for
a
comma
but
never
finding
one,
it
is
something
spent.
It
is
not
nothing
to
keep
everything
in
place
though
it
is
hard
to
measure
the
effort
or
it
can’t
be
measured
or
there
isn’t
anything
measurable
but
nevertheless
it
has
an
effect.
As
when
you
give
blood
and
they
give
you
a
glass
of
water
saying
your
body
will
replace
that
blood
within
an
hour,
you
will
have
to
replace
somehow,
your
body
will
do
it
or
your
mind
or
your
body
mind,
this
energy
that
is
spent,
this
focus
time.
This
time
and
focus
spent
on
doing
a
mental
exercise
will
be
used
and
used
up
and
then
you
need
some
time
to
get
it
back
again.
So
when
you
spend
it
all
the
way
down,
by
doing
some
complex
focus
work
or
keeping
intricate
details
in
a
sequence
in
mind
for
periods
of
time
that
tax
the
thought
process,
you
will
need
recovery
time.
There
will
be
a
period
of
recovery
during
which
you
can
not
think.
Not
well
anyway.
Not
good.
That
means
it
costs
me
something
to
do
that
dance.
I
don’t
just
do
it
and
then
get
off
without
some
kind
of
fee.
The
muscle
needs
24
hours
before
it
can
run
the
race
again
and
so
too
the
mind
needs
its
time.
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