Friday, January 15, 2010

Language of occasion has here fallen
into occurrence of outcry, reactive
outcry, like a treatable depression

that happens not to respond. If fate,
then fated like autism. There is some notion,
here, of the sea guffawing off reefs,

to which we compose our daft music
of comprehension. Rain-front on rain-front,
then a sun-gash, cloudy moody; the sea's mood

turns from slate-black, to yellow ochre, to green."

--Geoffrey Hill, "Scenes from Comus" (2005)

Digital video to Donovan's "Atlantis".

Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood.

HD80606 in Nature.

Yaghnobi New Year's Song. " Yaghnob New Year begins on March 12th on the Sunny side...and on March 18th on the Shady side..."

Enryo. (A concept useful for the coming Great Contraction.)


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