Danielle Patarazzi ~ Untitled

Danielle Patarazzi ~ Untitled

A map on tissue. A mass of wire. Electricity of the highest order.
Somewhere in this live tangle, scientists discovered—

like shipmates on the suddenly-round earth—
a new catalog of synaptic proteins

presenting how memory is laid down:
At the side of the transmitting neuron

an electrical signal arrives and releases chemical packets.

What I had imagined as “nothing” are a bunch of conversing squirts
remaking flat into intimate.

Not Nothing by Kimiko Hahn


Here She Comes Now by the Velvet Underground

Now, if she ever comes now, now
If she ever comes now, now
If she ever comes now…
Now, if she ever comes now, now
If she ever comes now, now
If she ever comes now…

Ah oh, it looks so good
Ah oh, she’s made out of wood
Just look and see

Oh, it’s made out of wood
Just look and see now
She ever comes, she ever comes now
Now, now, now, now
She ever, ever, ever comes n-n-n-now…

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