domingo, noviembre 30, 2008

In purely technical terms, of course, poetry amounts to arranging words with the greatest specific gravity in the most effective and externally inevitable sequence. Ideally, however, it is language negating its own mass and the laws of gravity; it is language striving upward -or sideways- to that beginning where the Word was.

Joseph Brodsky
Citado por Stanislaw Baranczak, en Breathing under Water and Other East European Essays

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