4 thoughts on “Charlemagne, I’ll miss you

    • There may be a private meaning, but it’s not for me to say here. I prefer to treat this as an objet d’art or a poem composed of title and image. A poem is not properly a finished assembly with a finished meaning but a toolkit. Readers must make of the toolkit what they will, based on their own imaginative associations. So I believe, dear friend, you have gleaned the biographical correlatives, but don’t fuck up the objet d’art for my other readers 😊


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