Monthly Archives: March 2011

Silence-writing

This post is a response to an article posted over at Indecidibles titled The Room of the Poet. The basic question posed there is this: how is one “confined” to the intense stream of thoughts and emotions within themselves (in … Continue reading

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On forgetting (again)

To affirm the priority of “making fresh starts” and “wiping the slate clean qua self-understanding” is to reaffirm the power of renewing our potentials, accepting what was unknown to us, and of engaging our dreams. But the question was then … Continue reading

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What sets this self-forgetting off?

What sets one off and what keeps one going would be two different things. A third different thing would be the final “reason” for it all (which would remain forever deferred from consciousness, forever without fulfillment, due to the very … Continue reading

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Forgetting and entering…

To consider entering as a forgetting, an entering prerequisite on forgetting. Entering and forgetting: equal grounds for lucidity, equal goads of excitement. What makes us capable of a fresh start? Isn’t it the impulse to speak as we’d never spoken … Continue reading

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