The Alan Sondheim Mail Archive

December 27, 2006

Rilke's Death from development, of angels, welkin reminders, of what might
have been, here, among other valleys' roots, like magma, poured spirit one
and then another; furious angels! invisible, whose arms illuminate the
night harrowed from animals wounded, animals dying; among all orders, a
command. With what might one counter the thin edge of the Real?; with what
countenance?; with what countenance will Any listen? Multiples move, among
multitudes; crossed by elk, by deer, by wolves, kestrel-binding holding
fields (these wait for No One)

What hovers, soars (these move for No One)

( images at )

aliasing i ii i

what happens when the real is aliased, when the shifted world shifts
shifters against its shifty self. yes for the punning, but the bones are
there beneath the surface. what occurs within the digital never stays
within the digital; what occurs within the analog stays within the analog.
this is silent film.

at youtube - - stranger
longer but not much - - much clearer

when continuum devolves into segments, aliasing ii: the world stutters and
re-stutters; nothing is visibile; eyes squint to make sense of it all.
what happens in the analog stays in the analog; good luck with seeing the

at youtube - - oh stranger
longer but not much - - much clearer

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