Bloodletting (Fibonacci Found Language poem)

Bloodletting

 

Resistant to summation.

Blood on the kitchen floor,

the importance of initial intentions.

 

Fact: for a whole month I did this twice a week,

unheralded, unmourned, well, you get the drift.

 

Inherent innocence is only slightly winded.

Hold on for even one second more.

Extend it all, as if size is reduced,

 

missing reason,

and a way beyond it.

 

Source Text: House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski. Fibonacci poem using erasure and punctuation changes, as well as line-break alterations. Raw lines follow:

Resistant to summation.

Blood on the kitchen floor.

Undervalues the importance of Navidson’s initial intentions.

Fact, for a whole month I did this twice a week.

Unheralded, passings unmourned, well, you get the drift.

Skourja’s analysis, especially concerning the inherent innocence of

the engineer is only slightly winded

hold onto for even one second more, to extend it all, if we can, as if

camera, size is reduced

than

17 pages missing

Reason for my incarceration and a way beyond it. If

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