Thursday, November 29, 2018
Wednesday, November 28, 2018
Here is an article on asemic writing, written by Tim Gaze, and published by Cordite Poetry Review last August.
|‘logogramme’ by Christian Dotremont from Logbook (Yves Rivière, 1974).|
Wednesday, November 14, 2018
grinder the circle the sweeper of being when once the brass the seeking the scene turning to wash a chariot wheel spinning Neptune submarine and clock where the motion reveals the melt of popsicle the sugary seal of something ancient seeking a sign is painted fresh blue while the music has meaning creaking in fog grinder the ride the keeper of being when once the bright the making a scene yearning to dash a chariot keel spinning his tune Lili Marleen and stop where the rotor unveils the lilt of the cycle the rubbery vein whose bleeding ancient seeking a sign is painted stark white while the music ascends to sunlight