Die Grenzen meiner Sprache bedeuten die Grenzen meiner Welt.
This concrete poem models a quote from Ludwig Wittgenstein into the form of a person and their thoughts. It invites the reader to contemplate the role of language in constructing thought, self-perception, and reality itself. The poem challenges the distinctions between language and cognition. Just as this poem is drawn from concepts and words or signifiers and signifieds, might not our own perception of reality be made up of similar semiotic simulacra?