i'll me you'll you and we'll copy the definitions from the dictionary in it, over it i might just be on love with you now spatial relations according to our stars different ways of clusters but how much does language really change thought? can you give me four words for this feeling a four letter word that means spatial relationship making space i can never reason with myself anyhow
Accourding to Mike Magee: Date: Mon, 15 Feb 1999 15:04:40 -0500 From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Magee) Kirsten, a couple quick thoughts about this poem "Space" which I like an awful lot - the way "me" and "you" work as verbs is great - "performing the self" in this weirdly literal way. "on love" instead of "in love" I like too. "How much does langauge / really change thought" - are you giving away the game too much there? Maybe, I think. And one little technical thing which occurred: breaking the final 2 lines: "I can never reason with myself anyhow" So that maybe you get an extra hard accent on "self" out of that which is interesting, as well as a new way to look at the word "reason." Good, good, good, more maybe later. -m.