Sunday, August 23, 2009

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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