Thursday, May 03, 2007
a lover's dicourse
"it is as if i had words instead of fingers at the tip of my words. my language trembles with desire. the emotions derives from a double contact: on the one hand, a whole activity of discourse discreetly, indirectly focuses upon a single signified, which is "i desire you", and releases, nourishes, ramifies it to the point of explosion (language experiences orgasm upon touching itself); on the other hand, i enwrap the other in my words, i caress, brush against, talk up this contact, i extend myself to make the commentary to which i submit the relation endure."