On Deep Rendition
Seth Perlow

Cave diving is one thing.

The weirdness of afternoon is one thing.

Those old, mistaken maps are one thing.

My schematic is one thing and it goes like this:

-- -- --

There are many things one can consider along these lines.

Stones for example and soil are
one thing, and their sense
of negligent falling.

The sick taste of ouzo is one thing.

The time is one thing.

But geography, being an amalgam,
is not one thing.

When one thing rubs against one thing
a third sometimes is constructed. The word
for this is geography.

This facilitates messier sets of a
thing and another thing and so on.

The manyness of things makes
me want to touch my thing

My flip-flops are one thing.

Dust is one thing.