Friday Pick: A Poetry Encyclopedia – Featuring Otis Redding

The Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics Stephen Cushman, General Editor Princeton University Press, 2012 1,664 pages You can't say...
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Petr Borkovec

They’re sawing through the plane trees near Place Sainte-Catherine. 5 a.m., darkness, drizzle and not a soul about (neither on the street nor at windows) - just a three-man team working through the tree-tops.

Justin Quinn

I have been easily mistaken / by the perhaps red eyes of this, / a small fly, for a side of bacon, / cheese, old fruit or piece of piss.

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