The following is a summary from Seisaku Nagaoka’s translation/note of Walk of a Measure butoh-fu:
You walk as a log that is the size of a human.
There is a string pulling your head up.
You walk as a measure that moves.
Elbows go behind you. Hands at the seams.
Water is dripping from the fingertips.
There is a basin at the top of your head with sulfuric acid.
You have four versions of yourself that walk at the same time as you beside/in front/behind you.
The you walking now is the real you.
Gradually, the whole room is full of you walking in all directions.