Monday, 10 June 2013

the third law

dust and dust end
end dust and dust and
end and dust end dust and.

dust in dust
in dust and
dust and dust

in dust in.

dust or dust
or dust and dust
or dust and dust in dust.

if dust and dust in dust
dust an dust and in dust and
if dust if dust if dust and

and dust or dust or dust and
and or dust
and or dust
and or dust
if or dust if
and dust or dust and dust or.

dust.
or dust
and dust
and dust
or dust
if dust

in dust

dust and dust end
end dust and dust and
end and dust end dust and.

2 comments:

gary barwin said...

What sncpeci: I'm asked to prove that I'm not a robot. Just in the captcha. But this poem proves it. Very beautiful and resonant--both entirely material and abstract. Fantastic, Mike.

mike cannell said...

captcha: ageouly column.

yes, in a way my linear poems are very much like abstract paintings. more the word as object then as a form of narrative. i've has a bit of interest in repetition recently to. i'm really getting into this form of poems as a means to deconstruct english, and language in general.