thought-act of praxis

the act which sets you free is a guest
remembering, formatting, cementing,

decelerating the accidents of rhyme; this
act of need, of kind, of truce, a kind of

thought – the thought that binds the act
and feel – the river and skin and word; the

act that binds the small, the worm and
thin and hurt, the will of all and naught.

5 comments on “thought-act of praxis

  1. thotpurge says:

    Premeditated act or utterly spontaneous… does freedom care? So many layers to think about…

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