response / to something


real people sadden
lawn boy

better the unreal he

his own life
and the pathetic

human surface an

thus to ascribe to a dog
national origin and see no irony meant

too much invested
in human convention

supposing even that some dog
might respond more readily

than vividly to
submergent redundancies

and the hostile reflexive response
to something abstract—(as

if time were wasted
by one who cannot write a coherent

sentence that
perhaps a refusal

to do so with
in specific peripheral

rejecting physical experience

based upon preconceived
intellectual constructions

rejecting whatever the eyeball
might hamper

physically surfaces
by an urge to think (not that)

thinking but rather to
spook psychic topographies

already flattened
into an urge

to put it all
onto paper

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