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Sunday, April 27, 2008

How does your head feel? (Berrigan)

What I'm trying to say is that if an experience is / proposed to me—I don't have any particular interest / in it—Any more than anything else. I'm interested in / anything. Like I could walk out the door right now and go some / where else. I don't have any center in that sense...I don't feel / a necessity for being a mature person in this world. I mean / all the grown-ups in the world, they're just playing house, all / poets know that. How does your head feel? How I feel is / what I think.

Ted Berrigan, from "Around the Fire"

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