a phoetics: fragment 3

"Thing," from the Anglo-Saxon meaning "meeting, assembly," is dynamic: It is not separate ”that (inert) thing” but combines and meets. Because matters move, so our approach to each new thing or meeting, if we are to meet it wholly, will be more dynamic and fluid. That is how to move to more things. We don't have time to describe. We want to be inside the thing where what is free "things," or balls up, prepared to be flung at the jury or sun.

one: "I began working with voice recordings..."

two: "The week Robert Creeley died..."

three: "'Thing,' from the Anglo-Saxon..."

four: "While I mark the beginning of my interest..."

five: "After transcribing 'the wells at the mouth of itza...'"

six: "The distinction”and so mental distance..."

seven: "The PIE *wel- also means "to turn, roll...'"

eight: "Contrary to the fix in which Eliot lost and found..."

nine: "My relationship early on with ESB meta-intellect..."

ten: "It is absolutely important to remember..."