The poet; everywhere-ness

Everywhere I go I find a poet has been there before me

Sigmund Freud

The poet is and goes everywhere; but not by visiting every place, but by rendering every place unvisitable, not by turning towards every site, but by turning towards the elsewhere where the placeless and the siteless are, and not by securing a dwelling place in which existence is preserved, but by bringing non-decidedness and the impossibility of existence to every dwelling place. The poet always goes without ever going by problematizing every going; everywhere.

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