WIDE ANGLE

Wide angle”
I said
for place

and space,
and then wide
again

Un-frame
phrase and name.
Looking

back into the lens
wide angle
again. Un-box

inner space.
No place
here

or there
to lay down your
claim.

No voice with a name
stamped upon it
This book has no title

this diary
no date. Nadir
and zenith,

N,
S,
E,

Widen the angle
and back
thru the lens

in a singular gesture,
an unnamed
refrain. “Let’s go

for a poem”
take our words in stride,
linking image

and phrase,
eyes open wide.
A character

in Seuss,
like Mayakovsky
with his flute

All backbone
and grit
“A cloud in trousers”

That’s it!
Thread-less
and bare

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