It Matters Little if the Deformed Word Becomes Ambiguous. It Will Marry Itself to the Onomatopoetic Harmonies, or the Noise-Summaries, and Will Permit Us Soon to Reach the Onomatopoetic Psychic Harmony, the Sonorous but Abstract Expression of an Emotion or a Pure Thought.
It matters little if the deformed word becomes ambiguous. It will marry itself to the onomatopoetic harmonies, or the noise-summaries, and will permit us soon to reach the onomatopoetic psychic harmony, the sonorous but abstract expression of an emotion or a pure thought.
—F.T. Marinetti Destruction of Syntax–Imagination without strings–Words-in-Freedom