Someone is Writing for Something to Happen

Someone is writing.

Writing a long story never told.  Never entire, always undone, elaborate and fabricated, once begun.

Tubes, nerves, roots and vessels.  Pathways.

Encounters, experiences, events.  Relations.

scribbles

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Language is part of it.  Emotion.  Thought.  A strange logic (situational ordering, a kind of management of complexity, sometimes called ‘chaos’).

A rhizome, a network, a knot.

There are inputs and outputs, sources/emissions, but never clean, nary discreet.

Recursive, redundant, asymmetrically reciprocal.  Untold and untellable, it’s writing, written, writing on…

Over, through, attempting…beyond, become, a traversing or explore.  An assay.  Interactive.  Emerging.  To eventuate.

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Someone is writing for something to happen.  To participate in occurrence, to entangle in becoming.  To begin, continue, hoping toward an unknowable end.  Writing.

Like loving, eating, dreaming, or survival – one of many ways.

Laughing, weeping, inventing, desiring,

to be…

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2 thoughts on “Someone is Writing for Something to Happen

  1. ….Once I read in somewhere, there was a question, Does a writer write what is happening, or what happened, or does he/she write what he/she wants to be… Your writing in thoughts reminded me this… we live what we wrote, we write what we lived… Loved as always your post dear N Filbert, Thank you, love, nia

"A word is a bridge thrown between myself and an other - a territory shared by both" - M. Bakhtin

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