Pokkadots and Abucauses

Pokkadots and Abucuses is a series of poems about the definition ‘dyslexic: when it becomes stuck, under what conditions we define it rather than it defining us. It refers to the endless boxes to tick and forms to sign, used by others (and ourselves), to tell us what and who we are, and how to be understood.

Pokkadots and Abucases is thus about the frame through which we become meaning: the boundary and surface of when we stop or start being dyslexic, and the ambiguity of the way it makes words but escapes images.

 

 

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