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It must have been a long time before men thought of giving a common name to the manifold objects of their senses, and of placing themselves in opposition to them.


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Thursday, October 31st, 2013

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🦋 trazando las huellas de Pessoa...

by Jeremy Osner

This gap between myself and me
What is it then?
This existential synapse of identity-
What can I do
To bridge it or to broaden it, uncaring?
To deepen my sense of dissociation from self
Estrangement, alienation, dislocation, discomfort, disquiet-
Like a varicolored skein i unravel.

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🦋 Otra vez: caminante...

El camino abajo

por Jeremy Osner

Seguí el camino a través del campo.
No más
estaba adentro-
tócame melodia mientras camino la senda abajo:
tócame melodía
mientras detrás de mí dejo rastro.
Se hace camino al andar-
pero se necesita también
persón silencioso,
alguien al lado del camino
que mira mientras uno se aleja.

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Saturday, October 26th, 2013

🦋 siguiendo el camino de Cuadras...

(por Jeremy Osner)

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🦋 Aristotle sez,

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Thursday, October 24th, 2013

🦋 Sunset Slideshow

on the way home from work.

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(by Jeremy Osner)

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Friday, October 18th, 2013

🦋 Proposal for a form: Beginnings and Endings

This is what my next book is going to look like. It consists of poetry prompted by images in Mute Unfolding; the first poem is called "Beginnings" and consists of first lines. These lines are the first lines of the poems in the remainder of the book; and the last poem, "Endings," consists entirely of the last lines of the interior poems strung together.

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Saturday, October 12th, 2013

🦋 Analogies for Time: the Mute Unfolding

A reading of one of the longer pieces from Analogies for Time, which is now available at the Kindle Store, and priced to move!

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Thursday, October 10th, 2013

🦋 all in fun

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