Forlag: Det Poetiske Bureaus Forlag (Danmark)
"... and think of fate as incident and the random event as fate."
Do we not all get a little moved – and perhaps somewhat anxious – when we encounter the word fate and what it means of doubt and denial, and possibly personal responsibility, whether we are now believers in destiny or not? Or do we as the fatalist: abandon everything to fate, for the course of life is something definite concrete that you cannot set up defenses against anyway. It is doing its fatal good and bad, that fate. "A ridiculous diamond falls to the floor."
An unknown size
"A poem is very different from what you consciously presented with ingenuity." Poetry is a way of thinking. Poetry can activate and problematize, define the limitations and impossibilities of reality in languages that can be aphorist philosophically surreal realist Dadaist edifying and degrading, in the low and high style, like haiku and long poems. For a poet, it is first and foremost to use the language as an unknown size, as if the words were basically meaningless or meaningless in itself -. . .