Tuesday, 1/8/2013

Good will.
willingly, in the doorway.
in the bedroom.
rearranging here and where
is box deconstructing. 

In the book of cheese, 
"titillatingly salty" or
the tale of an oar
is as mighty as mimolette.

Suddenly I'm sleepy
and want to occupy an alcove
in the presidential bunker.

Random lines from my bookshelf:

"Nature is a mutable cloud which is always and never
the same. She casts the same thought into troops of 
forms, as a poet makes twenty fables with one moral.
Through the bruteness and toughness of matter, a subtle
spirit bends all things to its own will. The adamant
streams into soft but precise form before it, and whilst
I look at it its outline and texture are changed again.

-- Ralph Waldo Emerson, "History," in Essays: First Series