The letter t is a deceptively simple list or string of letters similar to a Concrete poem. A work of linguistic deadpan, the list references itself by singling out each letter in the fragment, left to right and top to bottom (from t to t). This linguistic scaffold or collection of letters seems pointless, although, even removed from the context of the manuscript the work presents language in a rudimentary state: a stack of letters presented as a stack of materials, nothing more, nothing less.
Eye is a visual poem that can stand alone. However, in Phenomenotes it follows the letter t on the previous page. Understood phonetically as: 'yes I see,' the poem affirms an understanding of the letter t in a rhyme while also suggesting the centrality of visual perception. A doubt is then raised on the page following Eye through a single centered question mark. This bit of punctuation in turn leads to ten pages of single words: never/mind/seeing/your/turn/you/as/thoughts/these/are.These words are meant to be read backwards, culminating with the question mark just before never, forming a cryptic question.