Wednesday, October 06, 2004

A final part of the flaky college poet-as-stem-cell-of-society thing—that some societies need more of one ‘type’, some more of another and part of this differentiation is that there are potentialities each will exclude and/or not recognize/employ altogether, and aspects of types will shift accordingly, as well, based on the whole. A poet, as unengaged, un‘partial’, so to speak, would see, in some sense, these possibilities as potentially-becoming, as possibilities. Would recognize what would seem insanity to most of his/her countryfolk, would live with it as constantly immanent—thus could recognize and write it without becoming singularly dedicated and defined in/by one perspective-point/task.

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