Abiding Limbo
In Limbo (abiding Limbo) I hold fast to my pillow, Like a child to mother, taking in all inanimate Comforts my starved heart & soul go on imagining. The weight of all that's unread, left sealed Mocks the possibility that my life may continue; To have Held High to crumble to Hold High again Will synchronize Terror & Disbelief (—acrobat muses To the subject of all these dealings,) When the crumbling-sensation grows again. Fated to wait & see what 'fate' could ever be. How I feel th...
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Words For The World
Let nothing ever need to be spelled out again. Let the voice of a sudden wind say all that is lost in the various assurances and contradictions of all the histories of all the books, papers and archives that weave a ring of words around this world. Let everything take its breath, so it can untangle itself, maybe— the piece-by-piece of everything— and piece-by-piece go back into its place to then change all places altogether. Fixations nevermore! ...
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Two Poems
From The Next Volume Of Rendered The Abolition Of Rectangles Few are privy to that Mossy Stone Anchored against a corner in mind. Gracing the flesh one’s bound to find— Strikes faintly ‘fore its light shone. O merciless moments of calling . . . Did I ever mistake in some verse Your luminous noun for curse? Heart lingers on in its falling. Tumbling through form, the caste, The crude measure whereby all things go, A vast journey alone—asunder shows What doing now with all there really is Aff...
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Poem No. 27 From "Rendered, Volume One"
From Page 36 I know of a mark. The very first Encryption. That original cipher Is a streak in the charred Life-Tree. I tried, harder than with anything, ( I tried, harder than with Joy, Than with Composure, Than with Love, Than with Myself) To repair that stamp’s Merciful Countenance. Parsed anew, prefacing with critique On method, conveyance—the content Berates interpretation, impairs retelling. From that I sense the phrase said best To oneself, absorbing gently from troves That lurk in sunli...
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