A Blue Rinse

Poetry rinses language of signification.

Poetry, philosophically understood, is a fragment of prose.

A fragment of its larger linguistic environment: prose.

Poetry gives a kind of blue rinse to the language.

And to objects,

diluting individuation.

One moves directly into the realm of colour.

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