reminds me of eugene minkowski's description of dark space in 1933,
"mystery - if we can use an image here - is like a somber and unknown night which envelops us completely; it is also like dark space, homogeneous, infinite, such as we have before us when we close our eyes."
le temps vecu: etudes phenomenologiques et psychopathologiques
i wish miroslaw referenced more people than beckett. although, good choice balka.