Thursday, November 4, 2010

164. Once Violet Once

a
pair

a
trip
let

a
let
ter

geese in single file
against a grey of diluted violet
and separated in sets

cars in single file and moving
through forest of trees as skeletons
in grey-violet early-morning haze

sleeping and driving thru violet-grey nearlight
as a dot in a sequence of dots in a line
the movement of enclosed spaces as a pattern

a pattern of music of the sound of driving in a line
a line of music as the sound of tires of a car
a tire of music in water over grey

a grey
“there is”
in it

grey bones of grey trees overhead
into that grey suffusion of violet
whimper of violet in smudgy sunrise

eye the first camera
of the morning in light
seeing what might be there

automobile as human sight
as sight of headlight
in pairs of seeing

le Paris de voici
et les voix des yeux
mieux comme ci

la langue
comme l’oeil
comme le ciel

et le vicomte
de la voix de
l’éminence

interruption of seeing
by the saying of it
out or in to ears

the sound of the ears
moving around the sound
of the voice of seeing

whisper of tires
under the slipping
tired toward sleeping

wipers
washing
windshield

thru the grey
thru the grey
thru the grey

morning glowing
into place
and slipping

sideways out of view
behind a round hill itself
behind a rounded hill

leafing thru
leafless space
and leaving

the motion of moving
the driven and driving
the notice of moving

& moving under
the memory of
moving under

a
ter
cet

a
trip
let

of
geese
and

a
pair

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