The Poetics of Re-use

A discussion space and materials base for the reading/talk, "The Poetics of Re-use," with Brian Howe and Buck Downs, as part of the In Your Ear reading series, curated by Adam Good and Cathy Eisenhower.

Sunday, November 19, 2006

What is Re-use?

o ex-swarming autonomies
and antimonies, ye

pulsing bend
around me, roving

arrangement as
the zap unit

etches an uneven silence,

cunning stencil
in miniature

+= me.

if not the horizon
then what?

if this talking about
!= agents, this note
to self takes note.

shortcut activated.

activation cut short?

kids like candy
and sufficient categories.

for them this different lens
sprung soft.

(asked of F7, 11/19)


  • At 1:11 PM, Blogger Brian said…

    That's really interesting that you came up with "ex-swarming autonomies"... one of my poems from the early days of F7 contains this line:

    "So wet is my victim of the whirled as a sequent of indirect mechanics designed with swarming anatomies?"

    more soon...


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