Saturday, February 6, 2010

there was / this is?

this is a poemicstip?


  1. I really like all the levels on which "cut up" seems to be occurring here. Your manipulations at the letter, word, and sentence levels draw attention to the aesthetics/design of text while still playing with the referential meaning of the words in different combinations. I also tried reading it aloud, and enjoyed the relationship between visual rhythm and sound rhythm.

  2. wow, this is so wonderful.

    I think this can be shown as a perfect example of a poemics - the readers may get the idea of what it's all about.

    It's beautiful!