Sunday, June 21, 2015

Thinking about Thinking Out of the Pox

"Neither Logic Nor Sermons

  (Thinking about Thinking
         out of the Pox)

Somewhat Surreal but not as
severe as Dada: exploring
frontiers yet unknown.

Begin with the common sense,
say Professional School-Talk
and the Sound of Institutional

Probably the most important sentence in an essay is the thesis statement, which is a sentence that conveys the thesis—the main point and purpose of the essay. The thesis is what gives an essay a purpose and a point, and, in a well-focused essay,every part of the essay helps the writer develop and support the thesis in some way.
The thesis should be stated in your introduction as one complete sentence that
  1. identifies the topic of the essay,
  2. states the main points developed in the essay,
  3. clarifies how all of the main points are logically related, and
  4. conveys the purpose of the essay.

Tie a gold thread tight to
this standard, then wonder
as I wander how far beyond
borders I might bear the torch
        (lux et veritas)

over the edge & beyond,  barely
cognizant—no: ignorant how  my
lucid scheming occludes all the
darkness I would  illuminate:

Ultima Thule in my own
terms-of-desire: measurable
aims, assessable goals.

Stick in a thumb.
Pull out a plumb.
O what a good boy

am I.

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