Τρίτη, 13 Ιανουαρίου 2009
from the notebooks of joseph jaubert
"what makes us look for a long time is that we do not look where we should or that we look where we should not. but how to look for what we should when we do not even know what we are looking for? and this is what always happens when we compose and when we create. fortunately, by straying in this fashion, we make more than one discovery, we have good encounters, and often are repaid for what we have looked for without finding by what we have found without looking for."
"(in a dream.) to unite matter to forms, which are the purest, the most beautiful, the truest things in nature. (written at night without being able to see.)"
"poetry made with little matter: with leaves, with grains of sand, with air, with nothings, etc. "
some text from the notebooks of joseph jaubert
from the blog: airform archives