knows’, writes Paulhan, ‘that there are two literatures in
our time, the bad, which is really unreadable (it is widely
read) and the good, which is not read.
I think it is generally accepted that the Abrahamic faiths deliberately misconstrued Esu and his representations.
I once met a painter in Bornowho said things I couldn’t hearbecause I didn’t speak the language of water;who said he painted his filigrees and bamboo workswith two hearts and a soul in light of […]
“He had seen that gait every day for six years and had grown to hate the arrogance it exuded. It was Fatai, and he was holding a purse.”
“Yet man continued to have his eyes trained on the heavens; even literally, before the invention of telescopes.”