Alessio Zanelli

A Critique Of Fog poem
Rocca Viscontea emerges from the fog, Castell'Arquato, Emilia Romagna, Italy

A Critique Of Fog

The moral law is something Kant revealed in full,
by far the simplest rule to live consistent with.
But then what would Immanuel be induced to hold,
should he at last realize that in and out coincide,
a stubborn fog be all by which he’s tensely bound,
and not a single star above his head be found?

First published in Iota (UK)