“Micromelismata” by Michele Leggott graphs quantities and quantities of little kisses and its layout on two side by side pages (in DIA) (re)traces lip to lip contact. Having dwelt in that poem it is perhaps no wonder that I see in the layout of the first lines of “Phrases from Orpheus” by D.G. Jones the picture of a key. A symbol not unrelated to the poem’s theme:
There is a pardon guaranteed prison behind the eyes by death
Look at from the side one almost sees a key with its handle and its teeth.
And so for day 173