dr_con Posted January 12, 2019 Share Posted January 12, 2019 THUS “Beginning a poem with a definition is a mistake akin to confusing map and territory” -- The Topography of Poetics Camber /ˈkambər/ noun plural noun: cambers the slightly convex or arched shape of a road or other horizontal surface. "the deck beams are curved for the camber of the deck" BRITISH a tilt built into a road at a bend or curve, enabling vehicles to maintain speed. I’m searching for my ‘Camber’ having misread ‘Chamber’ this need for hidden rooms catacombs filled with secrets lessening with age or rather the illusions of the anthropocene trap us in the eternal moment of brushing cobwebs away skin on high Alert! For errant arachnids every time we’re interrupted led to believe The next sarcophagus chest corner pit will reveal the Grail or its capital material equivalence knowing the Quest has been hijacked for someone else's gains and means and yet yearning for any Future has become as strong as nostalgia for Paradise Tiring of Seeking claustrophobic trapped we re-examine the map Realize: A tilt built allowing one to maintain speed a convex or arch in an otherwise horizontal not the plane of screens rather the organic curve of a horizon the optic bulge of our eyes or my new lenses refracting clearly things as they are rather than how others would have them Be. Quote thegateless.org Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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