A sentence is hard for a sudden   to spin into space.See the hand perch on to fish out on the limb so to speak?It’s not to place but the verge of,a breath only a comment can clear the way to.The distant scars.There’s no questionof diversion, the willingnessto hug a hugeescape to right whereyou never left. The unsuspected masses,collapses into itself a self.This is what is meant by cement.—Douglas Messerli, “Causes of the Crack Up: An Explication”Photography Credit Elizabeth Moran via Ain’t Bad Magazine

A sentence is hard for a sudden   to spin into space.
See the hand perch on to fish out on the limb so to speak?
It’s not to place but the verge of,
a breath only a comment can clear the way to.
The distant scars.
There’s no question
of diversion, the willingness
to hug a huge
escape to right where
you never left. The unsuspected masses,
collapses into itself a self.
This is what is meant by cement.

Douglas Messerli, “Causes of the Crack Up: An Explication”
Photography Credit Elizabeth Moran via Ain’t Bad Magazine

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