Saturday, October 23, 2010
103. air “screw” Ms. B f.38v.
“...then said screw will find
its [female] in air...” Not ground.
She's uncomposed of earth.
Is wood, perhaps, or wind.
Could “be [of] young fir” found.
Having fiber, small of girth.
Skin like cheesecloth, “for the trial
—use thin paper.” Escape of breath
Must be denied her. Starch her.
Must go at least a mile.
“...be sure the force is rapid.” Wet.
“If not, waste no more time.” Discharge.
Without a center, this “instrument...
has little worth.” Inside her, a man
“...from the waist down” must be free.
Be free, then. Calculate the scent
and thickness of the air. Abandon.
Mount, and ride, her wingless body.
Posted by kirsten at 3:26 PM