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Sascha Engel: Re-enchanting the World

Fragment for Pyrrhon


But souls are small birds, first,

A hymn by means of song

Stirs feathers and leaves

Things in the form of riddles.

No more through words imposed

Dissolves words and things

Remains are dust and sunny rays

And undergrowth for nests

No further tangled words


Accept you won’t control the winds

Nor waves pummelling the shore

Accept that riddles will remain

That greed for causes is the same

As greed for riches. Re-enchant

The world. For rationality

Accepts no boundaries for its rule

Claims precedence beyond repair

About the Author: Sascha Engel is the founder of Strukturriss, an Ireland-based journal focusing on anarchic dissolutions of text. Sascha's book "21 Computations" is out from Beir Bua Press, and another one is forthcoming from Ardent Press. Twitter: @ThinkContinuum


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The image of Quasimodo is by French artist Louis Steinheil, which appeared in  the 1844 edition of Victor Hugo's "Notre-Dame de Paris" published by Perrotin of Paris.


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