Monday, December 18, 2006

But what if the trees are cut down?

Interpreting extrapolation, collusion collusion of metaphor
Moulded to sight by a wishing never washed away --
The hunger for Real a slippery slope
Of insisting where it must be found
As if forests had only one tree, a terrible simplicity,
Like a world where we see in the same way all others know.

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