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National Poetry Month, the Last Day

I dwell in Possibility— A fairer House than Prose— More numerous of Windows— Superior—for Doors— Of Chambers as the Cedars— Impregnable of Eye— And for an Everlasting Roof The Gambrels of the Sky— Of Visitors—the fairest— For Occupation—This— The spreading … Continue reading

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Pretty Pieces all in a Row

The Glister, by John Burnside, Anchor Books, 2009 “. . . They should pull everything down and start over, maybe in shacks or mud huts, so that people could learn how to live again, instead of just watching TV all … Continue reading

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