Snarke Negative Capability

Snarke Negative Capability

“I mean Negative Capability,
that is when man is capable
of being in uncertainties,
Mysteries, doubts without
any irritable reaching after
fact & reason.”
—John Keats, Sunday
21 Dec. 1817, Hampstead

And so—I let go
By a fine isolated verisimilitude
Caught from the Penetralium of Mystery

From being incapable—of remaining
Content with half-knowledge—I cleave
Thru texts that would—otherwise bore me

The further I get into this—the more the
Sense of Snarke—overcomes every other
Moment—obliterating the Now!!!

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