not being becoming ~ be-ComIng_ BY-ComIng__ be coming has many senses in the hinglish lingwadge a beauty is becoming what is it becoming Beauty? is it unbecoming as in the old story of the prophet in the bible the h'old bibble of hold as the h'older stories tell it of the unlovley prophet_ O Prophet not capture!

 poetry like life lives between these other things . that war. and big molar teeth chomp and grind. poetry.


------------------------------------------------ this came across  ~ intensity continUummm.(bks). meaning? saying_ A Poem should not mean but Be say poet Archibald Macleish  ~(ars) (PoetIca)

___________________Yet I'd say it ought to be ~ Come a thing itself other than it's being as being is not the flowpart of junction/disjuncting  ~
___________________________ If being is molar? no? Is being Molar Parmenidian?

___________________________________ Et tout cas, voila cette ouvrage que j'ai trouve chez Opened blog     ~which is a fine space of becomingspoetry events and   so forth  `

John Hall:
With wonderfully patient intelligence, and without

ever succumbing to polemic,
 ( I have not read the book and ... am interested but I wonder the reviewer means by 'not succumbing to polemic.'___________________
__________________Is this not to put Deleuze?guattarian ideas by into the literary box?

Jon Clay puts to work the lexicon of Deleuze (and Guattari) on a question that has haunted modernist poetics: what is it that

(This is new? Since when has modernist poetics been haunted by Guattari or Deleuze's ideas? And on the other hand of the double articulatiin..

poems do when you read them, especially when they are “difficult”? Very carefully, he sets out the terms and, just as carefully, he demonstrates their

practicality through reading poems, many of them “recalcitrant”, by contemporary UK-based poets,

including Andrea Brady, the late Douglas Oliver, J.H. Prynne and Denise Riley.
(I dont know the work of these authors)

His close readings confirm (that dubious term and its liteary connotations 'close' reading.. its oftenbeen a term of closing down not Opening Out  )

the validity both of the method – one that is necessarily self-unsettling – and of the poems thus encountered.
This book is a very welcome contribution to the poetics and pragmatics of reading.

It shows how it is possible to say what it is that poems do (This statement makes me wanna read the book)

and how this

is not the same as saying what they (seem to) say,
               (a reading then that discusses the technicalities )

all the while arguing that another(’s) reading would be a different reading and thus call,

perhaps, for another writing. (this reviewer is so tentative as if he was fearful to come right out

____________Id like to suggest far reading in contrast to 'close' ..... far reading is the counterparting to further writing...a s writi ng is the 

mac hine to outside the text and its bundles of Joy
and its promise to return  ~  


Jon Clay - Sensation, Contemporary Poetry and Deleuze: Transformative Intensities