Here, anything's rhetorically permissible!
Bob Perelman writes:
Ron's blog just led me to your blog, which I began reading happily the other day. It's always nice to see poetry alive and well. But, hey, when I read
going to have
sooner or later
-- I suppose it
to do with
Bob. Any more
I felt put into a funhouse mirror a bit. Are you thinking of the time we chatted after my reading at Double Happiness? I have a sharper memory of you outlining some of the shoals of the current NYC scene; and a vague memory of me saying something to the effect that I wasn't so excited by writing that seemed satisfied with self-contained text games. But all that was was a casual opinion, a blurry snapshot of what felt like my taste at that moment. I hate pronouncements. So, if it's rhetorically permissible, can I non-pronounce that particular death?