06 March 2013

Observe No Occasion

observe no occasion
so to speak
called his first book
minutely governed clock
works how
all those hands
apt to turn up on time
to be fragmentary
from 1887 clear to 1918
surrounded by advent
paid no heed
brought in rapidly in batches
need discharged upward
invention above all
people emerged in capitals
look right, not left
look not
dreary facts were novel once
a way of fusing
what must be pent
begin with loose parts
"quite forgotten"
speculation is lifted
phenomenology may have
could have known
in training
the numerous voices
a telephone

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