Enzo Mari, allegoria della morte


Brion Gysin in the sawmill,

William Burroughs at the window:

Even a snowflake on the hearth

has a better chance of epiphany.

It’s about “method,” isn’t it?

Having none is just a default

to the biological, as the newspaper

says: “Russia is seen to give

Syria confidence.” The only seer

so confident is a synaptic echo

in stressed editor’s symtoys.

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