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The End of Context
by R. D. Ashby
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  In the writing of a sentence, to start
One has a concept of what to say, only
Then can writing commence – from first
To last, in each word, the intention.

Context is life that enables creation
In concepts all initiated and bound
By one intention, to which every
Form, every phase, owes its appearance.

It is the end that determines the form
Of a writer’s words, selected with care;
Likewise, the forms of creative context
Are selected in accordance with the end.

The writer’s words are derived from that
Which they express; context likewise,
But in an inverted sense, that it is the end
That is verified in the forms of creation.
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October 25, 2009
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