Thursday, February 18, 2010

"There are traditional ways of imagining how one's literature might be enriched by the presence of something equally exotic, the epic of the Homeridae of Chios. Vergil tried to imagine this for one language, Milton for another." --Kenner, op cit

the page, immersed, breaks
apart; lines become blurry,
then unreadable...

when i look at the blank page
this is all that i can see

"Militarily speaking, we might as well be in the film Groundhog Day..."

Texas Locavore.

“It was like a flying saucer landed. That’s what the sixties were like. Everybody heard about it, but only a few really saw it.” --Bob Dylan (via Silliman)

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