Surely mankind’s greatest invention is the sentence. —John Banville Since Aristophanes and Socrates Are talking poetry—with the gods’ blessing— With a whisper about a parchment—call It a ‘sur-fact’, a secret, or maybe A surface—just a simple white canvas, Really, a talented tabula rasa, A prime mover—prima facie—the desert. Say poetry is like that too, justContinue reading “Pre-Socratics”