‘Sans paper’
words that give a voice to some
unfettered, undemanding, joyful thought
and yet
in transit are no more
than theoried charged particulates aligned
and bound to octets.
How they seek and find
recipient or sender, we ignore—
content to know that friendship’s gordian knot
does not unravel pulling
It is enough to read you now and then
and revel in the things you write
‘sans pen’.

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—j.lewis is a simple man who has an affinity for leaps of imagination and connecting things that don’t belong together. His first book of poetry, a clear day in october, was published in 2016 and is available from Empire & Great Jones Little Press.

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