If You See Kay
Poetry must have something in it that is barbaric, vast and wild.
- Denis Diderot (1713-1784)
Vulgarity aside, the raw power of poetry is primal, a wellspring for the mentalese. Prior to the senses, the antecedent is prior to the outcome of manifest intentionality. Sense perception is deterministic in nature with the only flavor of fatalism being death itself.
James Joyce gives us the following poem in Ulysses. The leitmotiv is quite vulgar.
The Prison Gate Girls:
If you see kay
Tell him he may
See you in tea
Tell him for me.
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