unmeant


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un·meant

 (ŭn-mĕnt′)
adj.
Not intentional.

unmeant

(ʌnˈmɛnt)
adj
unintentional; accidental
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THE WHEEL OF BEING I Changing figures The dionysian child the woman in her assurances the old town in its hallucinations spilled like dominoes the mountain and the void the moon and the sun whirled from misthidden vale to vale and the day coiled in the forest A word is like an ant dragging a dead spider the meant and the unmeant So upon ragged changing seas the poem which is a ship buoyed by its hollowness on the abstruse coordinates of meaning carries the loop of its horizon forever with it Scan this circle vanishing across the deep It is contrived it is actual it is a man.
An adolescent Spanish girl floats prettily in a wavy fog of coppery pink and encarmined grey, from which approving sugar-almond cherubs emerge, with unmeant comic effect, to hoist her upwards.
Forgive my sin of understanding one language through its unmeant echoes in another.