By Herd, David
The poems during this assortment are produced from the fractured words and competing idioms of latest stream and the interpretation among private and non-private spacesconversations that commence and are damaged off; public bulletins intervening in deepest occasions; an emergency that's approximately to spread within the historical past. Taking bearings from Dover and London and wrestling with issues of elegy and protest, official buildings that verify the place humans can pass, and the futures that pass them, the poems discover the social areas within which humans flow. The ebook asks what it capability to be at huge on this planet and what language is obtainable to rfile the journey. Read more...
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Some details maybe Some details maybe. This gentle pressure we are under Like this was a fable in which indignation Was a forgotten move And you party politely On Saturday nights unable To contemplate oblivion In case the adjudicator with the keys to your pocket Announces the bridgehead down. I have looked across that bridge. I have noticed several details: Stars, animals, the savage journey across the plains, Europe laid out like a map. I think tonight of all nights you should party Build a canopy out of nothing Till tomorrow We’ll rage.
It is ultimately elegy underwrites the poem. Shatters it. Structures pass. Assemblies of people. The poem choosing bashfully Here among. 2 And as the dream of every cell is to become two cells, so what the poem hankers after is another poem, splitting itself off, feeding on the residue, among stones, among structures untouched where the elegy lies where the poem handles circumstance caught among the fibres of the old guy’s clothes, the hats he wore great hats, the thought is difficult, cell by cell, October among.
Or discard, Structures pass, All structures pass, The clear cut of an October morning carries a heavy moon. Which we’ll see again Notwithstanding all the indicators. It is ultimately elegy underwrites the poem. Shatters it. Structures pass. Assemblies of people. The poem choosing bashfully Here among. 2 And as the dream of every cell is to become two cells, so what the poem hankers after is another poem, splitting itself off, feeding on the residue, among stones, among structures untouched where the elegy lies where the poem handles circumstance caught among the fibres of the old guy’s clothes, the hats he wore great hats, the thought is difficult, cell by cell, October among.