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The author of the book: Lyn Hejinian
Edition: Omnidawn Publishing
Date of issue: October 1st 2003
ISBN 13: 9781890650124
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 7.36 MB
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I’m back, baby! I know a lot of you must be thinking, “Googa made his name writing poetry reviews. Now he’s doing theater? nyrb’s? What going on with the G?”
Well you’re right. You see, I had a bit of a poetry incident with my last book Hum I won’t go into here. Suffice today, I mean, to say, that it kept me out of the game for a cold sec.
But I’m back! And this fatalist thing, it took me a hot minute. You can either read it in a sitting or slowly and I chose the latter. It was hopping between stanzas, out on a lurch. (I’ve been lurch friendly as-a-late) truculent as a succulent trunk. But this poem was a long wrap I tumbled toward mummy-like, and for windy hours, I hung like an uvula, world-spun. But when I was out again BAM, this poem, like a kerchief to sandpaper away the crumbs. A chucked rock that becomes a tiny moon, only-seen special-goggles. Like, the amount of flapps you can get from one semicolon?, forest about it!
I did lot of frightful and applaud-tastic things with this poem. I recited its girthy parts to garden grenadiers to much aplomb rain. I chiseled my favorite parts into mountains I loathed. Then the airplane banner I raced to see which sentences were quickest. Not one was remiss to get assigned a word of the poem and to say it aloud at lunch, tons said.
At moments, the poem slunked out of itself and crawled around. I heard of such things happening and couldn’t believe my luck. The poem read me a bit, wasn’t too interest, then tranquiggled lopidasically. Fruttering it slangwick tuppance. Crowly upon it githered to’anon.
I saw the poem a few days ago, an umbrella vortex that pretended not to notice me, it was splashing square stones in a cone, I said, “I see you doing well.” And it said “I hope you won’t bring up that you use to read me…and we head about what you did with Hum and everyday thinks it’s wack as slack.” (Cut me some, do not) “ooo” I siphoned, “No, your secret is safe with me.”
Not! That’s why I’m writing this review. Haha! I hope the Poem gets me! I hope it takes me away from this waylaid live.
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Read information about the authorLyn Hejinian (born May 17, 1941) is an American poet, essayist, translator and publisher. She is often associated with the Language poets and is well known for her landmark work My Life (Sun & Moon, 1987, original version Burning Deck, 1980), as well as her book of essays, The Language of Inquiry (University of California Press, 2000).
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