Undiscussible (Such

Wikipedia Poem, No. 460

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“If it can be safely assumed that all things are equal, separate, and unrelated, we are obliged to concede that they (things) can be named and described but never defined or explained. If, furthermore, we bracket-out all questions which, due to the nature of language, are undiscussible (such as why did this or that come to exist or what does it mean) it will then be possible to say that the entire being of an object, in this case an art object, is in its appearance. Things being whatever it is they happen to be, all we can know about them is derived directly from how they appear.” Mel Bochner, 1967

an object
    use of a material object 
    not a thing
in this 
or explained 
or explained if 

furthermore we are undiscussible 
(such as 
    degree or extent in addition 
    forth comparative suffix -eron -uron
which to say that we can all be 
nature of an object    like    (simile 

in things being 
of language are equal 
separate an object in this or
explained or that all questions which
    fourteenth century utterance not requiry 
    examining doubt past participle stem of action 

due to them is in this 
or explained or explained 
or explained or all that they 
appearance things being 
    as here a qui the face form shape or
    in french to make into or face out of 

language of language
    of words what is said of conversation talk 
    manner of dialect merci mannerism
are equal but separate an object in this 
explained or explained or explained 
or all questions which due to their 

appearance things being of 
an object in this or that 
all we bracket-out all we can know 
about that
         dark enveloped in darkness 
         original sense blindman's holiday

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