“My shift is that I take it the present is prologue, not the past. The instant, therefore, is its own interpretation, as a dream is, and any action – a poem, for example. Down with causation . . . And yrself: you, as the only reader and mover of the instant. You, the cause. No drag allowed, on either. Get on with it.”
– from The Present is Prologue, by Charles Olson