I madly love everything that adventurously breaks the thread of discursive thought and suddenly ignites a flare illuminating a life of relations fecund in another way.
— Andre Breton
Poet John Levy’s curious questions add an almost Monty Python-like quality to the game. Together with some random answers they do create meaning, albeit of a somewhat cosmically weird kind. Makes me wonder as I go through an ordinary day what else is hiding there.
How does a herd of gaffes disappear?
“The tulips have opened, Love, hurry home!”
What haunts your eraser?
A long exhalation of ferns
What do the weeds sing?
A dark comedy
When does the mind really mind?
The thumping sound of a flat tire
Questions John Levy, Answers Michelle Tennison (2017)