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Nuclear Poetry

                    War and Peace the time has now come for you and your family to make everything ready in case an air attack happens   This does not mean that war … Continue reading

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A Poem…

Faces in the Floor chairs etched their years into a worn stone floor, darker and thicker as people shuffled through their lives on the flagstones, and all the closing words and pictures melted, fixing eyes on the qualia of grief … Continue reading

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Thought on Looking into Schneepart

I say “thought” because thinking about poems as dense and as stripped as Paul Celan’s is something you need to do over time. Impressionistic ideas are useless, because the poetry isn’t meant to work like that.  It’s supposed to give … Continue reading

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