by Christos Polydorou
One’s kind of language reflects one’s kind of concerns…reflects? did I say? how about reaching in and pulling out one’s throbbing heart. For example, if my concerns are cosmic, my language will be cosmic; if my concerns are petty, my language will be petty; if I am blind man sticking to arrogance and blindness and nonsense my language will be arrogant, blind, and nonsense. We are what we eat, or rather, we are what we see, or actually, we write what we see, or sorry, we write HOW we see.