I've read this through three times and each time I understand it differently. I never liked dissecting poems, preferring to swallow them whole like oysters, but this one is as intriguing in its parts as it is in its entirety.
Like it! But am preoccupied with how your spread on the page has changed! I wonder how you did that!
I really liked this one.
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Excellent. I like the hesitant, thinking-out-loud effect of the short lines and caesura across the stanzas. It's good to read poetry that pares back words and images.
On further reading of the poem - interesting but I need to think hard about it before I comment further.
Thanks for the comment, Dick. I could say I'm into "pared back-ness" (well, I am) - but might contradict myself in the next thing I come up with... :)
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