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If Only We Knew

Fostering the poetics and complexity of surprise in times of chaos

“If only we knew” is a potent inquiry for the future of poetics. To listen into the land and the shape of mountains, and nature’s need for survival so ‘we’ may stay alive in the surprise. To equip ourselves well-enough in the many crossings of surprises. However poetic or tragic, depending on the loss; let the exchange be meaningful enough to struggle to let go of. Let us sit with the bizarre thought of exchanging the losses we gain. Let us experience the familiar ‘gone’, simultaneously present, and indefinitely far away. Let us come closer to places that matter.


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