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張子選的詩·偶爾

一向是草木光陰

偶爾會羊朝北去,而馬首向南

就如雲在青天,水在湖面

也是偶爾,我會驟然記起你來


這世上,其實該來的人都來了就好

你能來應該更好

只是,大家都在佛也在

而你沒來


偶爾,我會坐在事情的側面

看舊山坡上,滾下新的時間

直到草們隨著季節倒伏,斜出正午

我還是沒弄明白,似乎活著

一直是件大事,如果仔細想想

為何又沒那麼了不起

有時候,事物會有一個

可能不合我意的尺寸

其實愛情和命運也是

即便心裡的你,好過整個人類

紙的背面,摸上去

還像十一月的結尾


偶爾,一場雨夾風帶雪地過去

另一個我,無悲無喜地走來

天空下完全像是沒計劃地游牧

很原生態地走掉一個下午

仿佛一雙牛角或者一陣馬嘶

就能把日子扯得又老又長


地球還是圓的,我對此

感到比較滿意和放心

有時,地平線上甚至會

空餘下千人搬不動的一個靜

倘若此際,你從輪回中回過頭來

會看見,我在,其實我一直都在

但你始終沒有回頭


延續閱讀:

韻文化:和諧的聲音

In Search of My Senses 追隨感官

地方文化營銷 2.4 慢遊


陳明發·評註

大陸詩壇正嚴肅在探討「未來詩學」,觸及的議題讓中華圈都不能不惶恐。

另一方面,有件事似乎是忽略了:回頭看看劫後一代人以前寫的那些作品,要不是身強力壯,寫得來嗎?

身體寫作,是當時的一個新方向;在「用身體」書寫之餘,就像部分浪漫時期的西洋詩人,在血性之外,是否還有別的仰望或透見?

從一場沸沸騰騰了十年的大夢中驚醒過來,多少人、多少家庭的奶瓶、熱水壺或打點滴的針頭一下子抽空,會有怎樣的反應?

既言詩人是來給世界命名的,那又是怎樣的一個名堂?

四十餘年過去了。當中,有人已經是寫了一輩子詩(實際上只寫了幾年便一生了);而其他不少人若說已經寫了大半輩子的詩也不為過。很多人更是在國內外論了大半輩子的詩;在高等學府教了大半輩子的詩。

名目、范例、論據、標簽與爭議夠豐富的。

豐富歸豐富,對海外讀者來說,還是回去欣賞那些原作,比較好體驗那場大夢後的暈眩。比較好理解他們為事後當時命名的原生態。

身為大夢外的海外事後讀者,我的第一個反應是:那是現代詩的洪荒啊!

新事物如外來信仰、社會風氣的開放、個人生活的自由抉擇,既新鮮又讓人摸不透。神性、佛性、聖性與人性如沙塵暴,讓人張不開眼看清前方;一張口想說點什麼,唇舌間自然滿是難堪的沙石。但也有好些例外,天搖地晃中依然聽得出清晰的調子,感人的歌聲。

與同時代不少模仿海子、顧城等的作品比較起來,張子選的〈偶爾〉無疑是「異類」。雖然類似角度在海外並不新鮮,但那種結合地方特性而寫的作品,卻使它佔了一個高度。詩性純粹度更突出。(20.5.2024)

Comment by Passion for Form on May 10, 2024 at 4:28pm


張子選的詩·牧羊姑娘

怎麼辦?

青海青,

人間有我用壞的時光;


怎麼辦?

黃河黃,

天下有你亂放的歌唱。 


怎麼辦?

日月山上夜菩薩默默端莊;
 

怎麼辦?

你把我的輪迴擺的不是地方!


怎麼辦?

知道你在牧羊,

不知你在哪座山上


怎麼辦?

知道你在世上,

不知你在哪條路上。 


怎麼辦?

三江源頭好日子白白流淌;  


怎麼辦?

我與你何時重遇在人世上


張子選,生於1960年代。詩人、編劇。主要作品有《阿克塞》《西部故事》《超現實村莊》《東方情緒》《藏地詩篇》等系列組詩。出版有著作多部。擔綱《中國漢字聽寫大會》《中國成語大會》《見字如面》等文化綜藝主創編劇或總編劇。現居北京。

Comment by Passion for Form on April 14, 2024 at 10:22am
Comment by Passion for Form on February 12, 2024 at 8:19pm

Nomadic Narratives

1.Order is often considered crucial for understanding stories, but this notion can be challenged. Maria Tamboukou from the University of East London has introduced the concept of nomadic narratives. These narratives don't necessarily follow a strict chronological order with clear beginnings and endings. Instead, they meander through various literary styles and autobiographical accounts, blurring the lines between genres.


2.Narrative analytics frequently emphasizes the dynamic process through which stories evolve, focusing on how meaning emerges and narratives take shape rather than adhering strictly to their sequential structure. There's a notable shift in attention from merely representing experiences to understanding the effects of power dynamics, knowledge relations, and desires in play. Analysis now pays close attention to the fluidity and openness of narratives, acknowledging the virtual forces that influence them, as well as the significance of silences and unspoken elements within them.

3.Narration revolves around the interconnectedness of experiences and relationships. Traditionally, it hasn't involved the researcher's personal identification with their historical subject. Rather, it's been about the spatial and temporal connections that lead one to recognize that their present as a researcher comprises a series of realized moments, enveloped by numerous potentialities emerging from the study.

(Rewrite by www.iconada.tv from Re-imagining the narratable subject by Maria Tamboukou of University of East London, Article  in  Qualitative Research · July 2008 DOI: 10.1177/1468794106093623 · Source: OAI)

Comment by Passion for Form on February 7, 2024 at 9:43am


Senses of a Place

It had come to me not in a sudden epiphany but with a gradual sureness, a sense of meaning like a sense of place. When you give yourself to places, they give you yourself back; the more one comes to know them, the more one seeds them with the invisible crop of memories and associations that will be waiting for you when you come back, while new places offer up new thoughts, new possibilities. Exploring the world is one of the best ways of exploring the mind, and walking travels both terrains. (Rebecca Solnit)

All Americans need a sense of place. That's what makes our physical surroundings worth caring about. (Ed McMahon)

OK, well maybe I have to get back to Judaism. In the sense that if I look at me and my forebears forever stretching back to I don't know, whenever there's no sense of place and therefore no sense of nationality. (Janet Suzman)

All great hotels should have stellar personalized service, a unique design that gives guests a sense of place, an excellent on-site restaurant, and other fantastic amenities. Obviously location is a key factor as well. (Ivanka Trump)

Lowell is my home. It is where I drew my first breath. It is where I will always derive a sense of place and a sense of belonging.(Paul Tsongas

Comment by Passion for Form on February 5, 2024 at 4:49pm

Note by Dr Tan Beng Huat

The cultural and creative industry (CCI) encompasses a wide range of sectors, including art, music, film, entertainment, advertising, design, fashion, architecture, publishing, media, software, games, and more.

Recent data indicates that these sectors collectively hold promising prospects for the next five years.

As of 2022, the global market for Creative Industries was valued at USD 2.67 trillion. It's expected to reach USD 3.43 trillion by 2028, growing at an average rate of 4.29% annually during this period. [NOTE 3 5.2.2024]

Comment by Passion for Form on February 3, 2024 at 11:40am


Lap of Luxury – Origin & Meaning by Candace Osmond

What does lap of luxury mean? I can assure you it doesn’t involve a luxury lap pool or a lap-sized serving of luxury chocolates. We use this phrase in English to describe a condition of amazing comfort and extravagance. So, let’s dive into the plush cushions of this idiom, explore its origin, and look at some alternative ways to say it and how to use it in a sentence.

The idiom lap of luxury is meant to describe a state of opulence or extravagant comfort. Picture this: lounging on a sun-kissed beach, sipping cocktails, with no worries in the world. That’s the lap of luxury. It’s where many of us aspire to be, but few find ourselves.

I often think of my trip to Cuba years ago. I’d just had my second kid, and work was crazy, so the trip was well-deserved. We stayed at a five-star resort, had zero responsibilities or places to be, and food and drinks were brought to us by the pool each day. That was the lap of luxury, and I’ll never forget it!

(Source: https://grammarist.com)

Comment by Passion for Form on February 3, 2024 at 10:31am


Top 10 Lap Quotes

I loved myself. And with that, opportunities start to fall into my lap. And I thank God for all of them. (Winnie Harlow)

Our lives are not in the lap of the gods, but in the lap of our cooks. (Lin Yutang)

'Victory Lap,' even the title. It's the accumulation of trial and error; that's what I represent; trial and error. (Nipsey Hussle)

Whoever will be free must make himself free. Freedom is no fairy gift to fall into a man's lap. What is freedom? To have the will to be responsible for one's self. (Max Stirner)

A man watches his pear tree day after day, impatient for the ripening of the fruit. Let him attempt to force the process, and he may spoil both fruit and tree. But let him patiently wait, and the ripe pear at length falls into his lap.
(Abraham Lincoln)

Nothing comes easy. Success doesn't just drop on your lap. You have to go out and fight for it every day.(Dana White)

My uncle's dying wish - he wanted me on his lap. He was in the electric chair.(Rodney Dangerfield)

There's no better feeling in the world than a warm pizza box on your lap. (Kevin James)

Sometimes life drops blessings in your lap without your lifting a finger. Serendipity, they call it.(Charlton Heston)

Happiness is like a cat, If you try to coax it or call it, it will avoid you; it will never come. But if you pay not attention to it and go about your business, you'll find it rubbing against your legs and jumping into your lap.(William Bennett)

Related: LAP Philosopy for Local Cultural & Creative Industries

Comment by Passion for Form on February 3, 2024 at 12:45am
Comment by Passion for Form on December 19, 2023 at 6:29pm


陈明发〈从“意识流”谈起〉

“意识流”理论易懂难精。

除了伍尔夫的著作,阅读弗拉基米尔·纳博科夫的《说吧,记忆:自传追述》也带给我很大的乐趣。此书部分地采纳了意识流。

意识流最有名的小说之一《尤利西斯》,买了许久一直没好好读,很对不起乔伊思。另一部意识流大书普鲁斯特的《追忆逝水年华》,我偷工减料地在一些选集中,当散文篇章读过一小部分,说起来很不成样子。

但在哲学方面。柏格森(1927年诺贝尔文学奖得主)对我影响很大,因为他,我上溯维柯(“诗性智慧”历史发展观),下访克里斯蒂瓦(“诗性语言”革命),思想起来心里比较踏实些。

“意识流”得益于19世纪心理学家威廉·詹姆斯的学说,但后来被归入“意识流”的文学家,明显也采纳了20世纪佛洛伊德、荣格、拉康诸子的精神分析理论。

对中国意识流文学作品我不熟悉,我近年相对喜欢的小说家如李佩甫(《无边无际的早晨》等)、冯苓植(《与死共舞—“鞭杆”的故事》等)的创作。二人把意识流与“微魔幻”做了令人期许的混融。

我个人的心智之旅,许多年来依靠着存在主义先驱海德格尔的哲学,近年有柏格森诸子加持,期待文创路上有新领悟。再读李佩甫和冯苓植等中文作家的努力结果,诗性实践在汉字文创中无疑是可能的。(19.12.2023)

愛墾網 是文化創意人的窩;自2009年7月以來,一直在挺文化創意人和他們的創作、珍藏。As home to the cultural creative community, iconada.tv supports creators since July, 2009.

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