Okir: analog 3/22/2013 C

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A friend reads aloud a prose piece about poet Hayden Carruth. The drawing responds to the sound of his voice, pauses, and inflections. Tight looping, curls; flighty. I am reminded of crocheted yarn that that has been pulled from its matrix and unraveled (as, indeed, stories and plots are unraveled); the yarn–no longer “smooth,” “remembers” the looping pattern.

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