ARTE POVERA

Poem By Roland Jooris

You can fold it
like simplicity, you can
tear it up

you can leave it blank
and let it smoulder
in the stove

you can see it go up
in the smoke of the ultimately
ultimate
sweep

you can feel it,
like ash strewn to a windy
distant layer of dust,
becoming particles
for a poem

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