I won’t write up the series of blogged moves I’ve made to get here, though I don’t think any of them are inconsistent; it would be junk.

However, I would have thought that the absence of the world’s existence from a poem that it is in shows the poem is false: not the world. Then a nomadic suspension of the grotesque in a poem might grant the poem an everyday status that actually only exists outside it, so that any collage – as appropriation of the everyday – is ironic and only gives the appearance of life.

So I’d end up with a sort of inorganic and false fragment, though probably not in an interesting way.