Anabasis (from Greek ana = "upward", bainein = "go") is an expedition from a coastline up into the interior of a country. Katabasis, by contrast, is a trip from the interior down to the coast. Two classic texts are titled with "anabasis":
Anabasis (Xenophon), by the Greek writer Xenophon (431–355 BC), about the expedition of Cyrus the Younger, a Persian prince, against his brother, King Artaxerxes II
I like that I don't really understand it, and-
maybe I do.
I like that there is immediate mystery in it with 'he says'
and it's like there's a collective history the person holds on to; it would be like me, being a nzer and a maori, these days- too scared to put my hand down a rabbit hole or tickle an eel having lived too long away from the movement.
I like the whole poem, completely. 'Stoned father figures, forgetting forked sense'
It's like Frost's road, except the dude is asking the person to explore / find herself. A trip into the interior.
This doesn't make very heavy use of truth. It relies on simple mistrusts that combined with a shady context make it unlikely you will respect any criticism. Your profile page has become an outpost of septic consciousness . You are such an abject person, it turns me off.