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Could you just take the difficulty to perform poetry. Is it no longer incumbent upon us, who're already dwelling off it, to attempt and impose what we carry to be our case for extra in­ quiry? It issues no longer even if there's a yes disproportion among this security and the representation that may stick with it. It was once a question of going again to the assets of poetic mind's eye and, what's extra, of ultimate there. no longer that I fake to have performed so. It calls for loads of fortitude to attempt to establish one's home in those far-off areas the place every thing turns out at the beginning to be so awkward and diffi­ all of the extra so if one desires to attempt to take a person "'See Les Pas perdus, released via N. R. F . . a. L 20 Manifestoes of Surrealism Manifesto of Surrealism that i assumed i used to be obliged to maintain hidden from the reader. It used to be now not deceit on my half, yet my love of concern­ ing the reader. I had the semblance of a potential complicity, which I had progressively more trouble giving up. I had be­ gun to cherish phrases excessively for the gap they permit round them, for his or her tangencies with numerous otber phrases that i didn't utter. The poem BLACK woodland derives accurately from this mind set. It took me six months to write down it, and you'll take my notice for it that i didn't leisure a unmarried day. yet this stemmed from the opinion I had of myself in these days, which used to be excessive, please do not pass judgement on me too harshly. I get pleasure from those silly confessions. At that time cubist pseudo-poetry used to be attempting to get a foothold, however it had emerged defenseless from Picasso's mind, and that i used to be regarded as as boring as dishwater (and nonetheless am). I had a sneaking suspicion, furthermore, that from the point of view of poetry i used to be off at the fallacious street, yet I hedged my guess as most sensible i'll, defying lyricism with salvos of definitions and formulation (the Dada phenomena have been ready within the wings, able to come on level) and pretending to look for an program of poetry to ads (I went as far as to say that the area could finish, now not with a great e-book yet with a stunning commercial for heaven or for hell). In these days, a guy at the very least as uninteresting as I, Pierre Reverdy, used to be writing: the picture is a natural production of the brain. It can't be born from a comparability yet from taposition of 2 kind of far away realities. The extra the connection among the 2 posed realities is far away and actual) the greater the desire be-the better its emotional energy and fact . .. "" a jux­ Juxta­ photograph poetic those phrases, although sibylline for the uninitiated, have been super revealing, and that i meditated them for an extended "'Nord·Sud, March 191B. 21 time. however the photo eluded me. Reverdy's aesthetic, a totally a posteriori aesthetic, led me to mistake the ef­ fects for the factors. It was once in the middle of all this that I re­ nounced irrevocably my standpoint. One night, hence, earlier than I fell asleep, I perceived, so essentially articulated that it used to be very unlikely to alter a observe, yet still faraway from the sound of any voice, a slightly unusual word which got here to me with none ap­ mum or dad dating to the occasions during which, my wide awake­ ness concurs, i used to be then concerned, a word which appeared to me insistent, a word, if i could be so daring, which used to be knock­ ing on the window.

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