Aus dem Notizbuch
The grail is the opposite of Poetry (…) The poem. Opposite. Us. Unfullfilled. (Jack Spicer: The holy Grail. Mütze 11, S. 524)
Die Zeitung ist das Gegenteil von Poesie. Füllt uns ab anstatt uns als Schale zu benutzen aus der die Toten trinken. Die Zeitung ist die Schale in die Christus blutete, die Schale des Überflusses. Das Gedicht. Uns. Gegenüber. Leer.
Widdershins ist ein tolles Wort*
Cock-forward vs Ass-forward
*) Widdershins (sometimes withershins, widershins or widderschynnes) is a term meaning to go counter-clockwise, to go anti-clockwise, or to go lefthandwise, or to walk around an object by always keeping it on the left. i.e. literally, it means to take a course opposite the apparent motion of the sun viewed from the Northern Hemisphere, (the centre of this imaginary clock is the ground the viewer stands upon). The Oxford English Dictionary’s entry cites the earliest uses of the word from 1513, where it was found in the phrase widdersyns start my hair, i.e. my hair stood on end.
The use of the word also means „in a direction opposite to the usual“, and in a direction contrary to the apparent course of the sun. It is cognate with the German language widersinnig, i.e., „against“ + „sense“. The term „widdershins“ was especially common in Lowland Scots.
I forwarded it on Face Book, adding this:
The newspaper is the opposite of poetry. Fills us up rather than use us as cup from which the dead drink. The newspaper as the cup into which Christ bled, the cup floweth over. The poem. Us. US. Opposite. Empty.