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Monday, May 02, 2005

More Cummingsesque Intra-Syllabic Flow-Breaks

via Bob Grumman's po-X-cetera

About it, I said, "Geof Ruth's "viviD" begins (after its peculiarly lettered title has alerted us to expect oddities) with a wind that is down--a mere breeze; or a window on "the breasej" or a breeze that is to be 'wound down' . . . The details are uncertain, but a movement of air, ease, and a window--real or figurative--are prominent among them.


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