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Q. How important is theory in this poem? It seems as though it just starts, goes nowhere, tells us nothing we need to know. A. The concern here is with necessity, not fact. The poem could tell you everything you wanted to know, but doesn’t. Some poems begin in the rinse cycle. This one goes right to spin. Q. We noticed how marvelous the upper strata of the poem is. It suggests the appeal...
Parable of the Moth by Robert Cording
Consider this: a moth flies into a man’s ear One ordinary evening of unnoticed pleasures. When the moth beats its wings, all the winds Of earth gather in his ear, roar like nothing He has ever heard. He shakes and shakes His head, has his wife dig deep into his ear With a Q-tip, but the roar will not cease. It seems as if all the doors and windows Of his house have blown away at once— The...
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thought begins as small floral bowls : they hold greens—broccoli stalks, chopped kale—against Chinese blue very dark, with a greenish tint : the way a silence falls to each side of the knife’s stroke, the colors rhyme softly and I think, I’ll miss this when...
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hoodablah: organ (by Craig Fahner) “Rather than enabling a hyperawareness of things, as many of our media do, this project allows an interaction with technology that encourages a transcendence of awareness to engage in a creative act – just as the pianist transcends the conventions of his instrument, allowing an energy to flow directly through his body and his instrument and into the...
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Something we were withholding made us weak. Until we found out that it was...– from The Gift Outright by Robert Frost
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