We happen in a substantial liquid. A surround we effect. Are affected by. We move, it moves. It moves, we are moved. Moving it. Being moved by. Each, all. What’s between. Those spaces. Empty and full, of course.
You know what I mean. You breathe. Hearing silently what is written. You see. Thinking the emptiness between, what fills. Is filled by. Is full. Before it thinks empty. Feels.
Liquid, permeable as skin, as mobile, as inseparable. The thought, the body of that thinking. Or, a “body of text.” Such liquid air. Insubstantiated emptiness without which we would not.
Happen in that liquid/not-liquid. Like particles and waves. Either-ors reduced to ands. Themselves. With which is struck a chord. Male/female, yes/no, self/other, you/me, hot/cold: variations of permeable boundaries, without borders, like overlapping zones, difficult transparencies.
We grew out of, becoming, precedented, pro-perceptive/re-perceptive. Remember. Without parts, but designated. You hear. You see. You taste. You feel. You, thinking emotion, feeling in brain, mind matterless matter…mem(e)brane(-ain). Liquidy occur. Movement.
The leaf. Exhaust. Intake. A wave. A particle. Re-perception. Mem(e)ory. Or me.
You know the drill. Acting. Play. A wobble, a quiver. We tremble. We hum. We happen. It’s a wonder. Every it. Unknown, unknowable knowledge experienced. I-qualia.
Sense-making. What is. In essence nonsensical. Incommunicable between. Inescapable intersubjectivity. Either parts public, private. Neither/nor. This boundary, porous. And. As conscious would not be a thing but a process, more definitively. Noun/verb. And. Shared structures of DNA, destructured and oscillate. Me/you. Either and or. Bubble pierced with raindrops. A fashioning. A possibility that.
Existence. IS. Co-existence. AND.
I being either noun and verb or neither.
As liquid is not.
So a border a threshold, a line, a triangle.
“that silk is stitching our lungs”
“In order for my specific subjectivity to fill the general slot of the first person pronoun, that word must be ‘empty’: ‘I’ is a word that can mean nothing in general, for the reference it mines can never be visualized in its consummated wholeness…it is a general token of absence that can be filled in any particular utterance.”