Whitmanesque Lines For Antietam Poem?

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The preface, “Dedication,” is a long and unlovely prelude to the wonderful poem, “The Gift Outright,” that Frost called “a history of the United States in a dozen lines of blank. powerful,

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“A poem has a sculptural integrity that is not registered on any e-reader.” The poetry of Ashbery, who often writes in long, Walt Whitmanesque lines and uses complex indentations, was difficult to.

He’s been extremely prolific: nine books of poetry in all; a volume of essays. The major complaint has been that his long Whitmanesque lines can be too self-referential for their own good, tipping,

In the last line. in these poems, and triumph in the persistence of continuing anyway: "Why did it take me so long to figure out/that my special talent was trying?" Hoagland is not afraid to.

Arthur Sze, one of my favorite poets, writes, “If I sprinkle iron filings onto a sheet / / of paper, I make visible the magnetic lines / of the moment. The scope of this poetry is Whitmanesque in.

“The Past rose up before us and cried,” Harjo writes in “Song 7,” of the Cannon poems. The line brings us back to the book. is of being ushered through a Whitmanesque cataloguing of time, thought,

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A wholly original voice, and a Whitmanesque. Her poems have appeared in Cimarron Review, CutBank, DIAGRAM, Flyway and Poetry East, among other journals. Her chapbook, "Nocturne—Schumann’s Letters,".

Don’t believe the title of this week’s poem. "Hymn of Hymns," by John Rodker, is an anti-hymn. perhaps – which energises the line. The syntax sometimes shares a rhetorical tone, though not a.

Llewellyn McKernan is a West Virginia poet and teacher who holds degrees from Brown University and the University of Arkansas. Her poetry has appeared in such journals as “The Kenyon Review,”.

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But it was a section of Kinnell’s astounding long poem, “The Avenue Bearing the Initial of Christ int the New World,” that blew me away first. This fourteen sectioned masterpiece is quite Whitmanesque.

“FAQ: Antietam. nervous breakdown. Poetry proved therapeutic. “All of the angst, all of the stress, it all got washed away,” he offers. “Everything got put back into its place.” For Evans, a poem.

boiler operator and gas line inspector. After retiring from work life, she obtained a Master of Fine Arts degree in poetry from West Virginia Wesleyan College in 2015 and was the poetry co-editor of.

This is to accommodate a far longer line than most poets employ; a Whitmanesque line that Williams has made. is almost an enactment of Wallace Stevens’s idea of "the poem of the mind in the act of.