degrammar


This form plays with different grammars. Now good poetry, as I’m sure you know, doesn’t always take much notice of formal grammar anyway, but usually the grammar abuse is a consequence of making the poem work. “Degrammar” is written by consciously borrowing alternative grammars. Here, these poems loosely borrow from German, producting systems from computer programming, and nowhere in particular.


in cynic adveraticreate new killer our fear
Elsewhenfinal tv big…a much for we…
watch the desire of love to exist

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degrammar
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