to unequivocally breach the boundaries of space, time, grammar, clarity and many other dangerous words. to recognise the futility of imitation, no matter how subtle. to write as freely as possible without the restraint of syntax and semiotics, ignoring but appreciating the burdens of discursive practice. to realise the enormity of writing one’s way into freedom; but no harm in trying. to harbour a constant awareness of the breath-line and the musicality of the word. to challenge the modes of sobriety and homogenous structures which elude the imagination and confine us all to “lives of quiet desperation” (Thoreau). And finally, to refigure that which has become old and trapped within the Law; to wreak havoc on the page by drawing attention to the unstability of the morals and codes we find ourselves clinging so tightly to.