Sunday, April 26, 2009

big sur

I can believe to speak to another person, to confer, to confess, to do all things co-, all sights seen together, is to inch toward one another without intention and succumb to the feeling of awe in unison, pressed against an outward facing rail. In that togetherness, companionship is an abandonment of any structure that explains itself (introspection) in favor of any structure that develops unwittingly (rain), an acceptance of the inconclusive, an acceptance of common sounds as uncommon ones, their amplification occurring suddenly and momentously.


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