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National Poetry Month 2015: Day 4, reciting Gemineye

I was thinking about my constant exhortation that people recite poetry aloud. It is such a different experience to read than to listen to poetry, and an even greater one to read the words aloud oneself, mouthing them and feeling … Continue reading

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Poem a Day 2014: Return of Gemineye, “Poetic Bloodline” (#30)

“No good poem makes common sense: the essence of a good poem is the uncommonness of the sense it makes. It is a structuring of words in which many meanings, or meanings at many levels, are enacted. If we read … Continue reading

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