And yet recesses
continue to appear in the schucked resemblances of earlier hours, their
own kind of numb learning, continuously filled with fragrant
and explosive fluids, as sunlight is pulled down into a building. These
become thoughts that don't know they're thoughts. Later, bridges
that hunt their own breaking. When it comes, it is like seeing
a memory for the first time.
Oli Hazzard, from 'As Necessity Requires', in Between Two Windows (Carcanet, 2012)