Treasure Island

Marcel Aouizerate


Carène liquide


Le navire de notre volonté fut-il donc
Si mal établi par les ajustements
Successifs du hasard - puis soumis aux lois
De la disparition - pour se révéler
Ainsi chaviré par la surveillance,
Aujourd'hui érigée en nef de cathédrale?

De moi, tout est su, et le sable anciennement muet,
Se souvient de tout dans une somme raffinée.
Nous voulons toujours passer de l'origine
A un autre rivage, mais nos avancements
Prennent substance par addition en une matière de soupçons.

Et l'information dispersée par nos actes successifs,
S'ajoute en une carène liquide contre notre étrave,
Jusqu'à nous rendre inertes, c'est à dire connus.

La nostalgie sera bientôt l'autre nom
De l'absence de poids et celui de la
Vitesse sans témoins.

Submitted: Saturday, February 22, 2014
Edited: Sunday, February 23, 2014

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