From Robinson’s introduction to a reading by Pierre Joris at Glasgow's Centre for Contemporary Arts on 22 May 2013: a consideration of Poems for the Millennium, volume 4, The University of California Press Book of North African Literature.
I imagine riding a ghost-stallion, my hair in braids, pinned on top on my head, just like it was when I was seven, and sitting on the school bus, with yellow ribbon-bows on a comb, tucked under the braids to make a little crown.
I imagine that on the Ghost Ranch I will meet the Bluemoon Cowboy, his silver-toed boots, glinting under my bed. Read me a story. Read me one with poetry. Please.