Having said that

That accent
that rhythm

the spirit summons
.~.~.~.

Suspended chords.

The spirit summons in intervals. Through the dissonance of intervals.
The diaphragm that brings together that “yes” and that “no”
A diaphragm with disrespectfully augmented pauses.

Τὸ πνεῦμα ῥέει δασέως.

.~.~.~.

Pausing pauses. Hysterēsis.

The summoning no of an inverted suspension.
Interval of uncertain future oppressive freedom imminent freedom that has no breath reserved for it no breath coming for it one could say anything as long as and if and through through the breath but the lungs are out of breath.

Tricked by a diaphragm, forced into an infinite resignation: knife suspended above the breathing neck of the other.

Small delays between one note and the other. A negating phrase opening the infinite freedom of the impending. Alas. No breath. A knot.

It was a bluff. A laughable distress of necessity. Die Not der Notwendigkeit.
Not.

Summoning the spirit.

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About Christos Hadjioannou

http://www.ucd.ie/research/people/philosophy/drchristoshadjioannou/
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