TUMBLR

A scrapbook of stuff I'm reading / looking at / listening to / thinking about...



The sender of a message can never fully know his...

Jan 14, 2012
Permalink
The sender of a message can never fully know his recipient’s mental code book…. Every poem is a message, different for every reader.
— James Gleick, The Information

251 notes

  1. togoboldlyandpropser reblogged this from sutilcareh
  2. sutilcareh reblogged this from austinkleon
  3. papapeyton reblogged this from blackoutpoetry
  4. my-nothing-face reblogged this from austinkleon
  5. madigoround reblogged this from blackoutpoetry
  6. twistedandshouted reblogged this from mrlwilliams
  7. mrlwilliams reblogged this from newspaperblackout
  8. y3ll0wsuga reblogged this from blackoutpoetry
  9. obalatcal reblogged this from austinkleon
  10. sanleigh reblogged this from newspaperblackout
  11. colored-sand reblogged this from newspaperblackout
  12. xtarxkylim reblogged this from newspaperblackout
  13. shermainejl reblogged this from newspaperblackout
  14. blackoutpoetry reblogged this from newspaperblackout
  15. alohagrl reblogged this from austinkleon
  16. ijustwanttohangout reblogged this from austinkleon
  17. litopiawriterscolony reblogged this from newspaperblackout
  18. fractalnarrative reblogged this from nifeandaccurateprophefies
  19. dezijne reblogged this from austinkleon
  20. petitrenard reblogged this from newspaperblackout
  21. looktothestars23 reblogged this from newspaperblackout
  22. idratherbereading reblogged this from esendoran
  23. esendoran reblogged this from newspaperblackout
  24. ratherbestoned reblogged this from newspaperblackout
  25. bbycakez reblogged this from newspaperblackout
  26. languagemagic reblogged this from austinkleon
  27. trxfreely reblogged this from newspaperblackout
  28. rafts-whirling-in-skill reblogged this from austinkleon
Subscribe to my newsletter and get new art, writing, and interesting links delivered to your inbox every week.