again: ‘jatte’ by charles bernstein

“¢ Δ[1]( [1]´TÉNÃ0½#ñ‘¯(qË!´–#T¢|€kORƒ7Ùîö÷LÒ6*” [Un dimanche après-midi à l’Ile de la Grande Jatte] was written in 1996 and was first published that year by Arras. It is written in an ecstatic language that offers unmediated contact with the singleness of pure truth. While this poem will not unlock its secrets to doubters, for those elect whose steadfastness in the face of prevarication and disorientation have earned them the title Ideal Reader, “¢ Δ[1]( [1]´TÉNÃ0½#ñ‘¯(qË!´–#T¢|€kORƒ7Ùîö÷LÒ6*” provides a guide for everyday life. This poem answers the call for a popular poetry that can galvanize the engagement of ordinary people. Because “¢ Δ[1]( [1]´TÉNÃ0½#ñ‘¯(qË!´–#T¢|€kORƒ7Ùîö÷LÒ6*”  represents a return to the oral poetry of the ancient bard [1], it is recommended that the three audio realizations of the poem be consulted HERE:

>>> http://coldfrontmag.com/jatte-by-charles-bernstein/ <<<

read, listen, enjoy

[1] :-)

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