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Amy Lowell; Three Poems

Three Poems by Amy Lowell,  from ‘Imagist Poems’ edited by Richard Aldington.   The book was published in 1915 by Houghton Mifflin. These three are the final poems of the book.   I assume their juxtaposition deliberate.   BULLION                                     Amy Lowell … Continue reading

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100 Essential Modern Poems by Women

A Graph Review,  55 with highpoints to 70 Edited by Joseph Parisi and KathleenWelton 978 1 56663741 1                hardback      290 pp       published: Ivan R Dee,       2008 available via Amazon From page 5:  “the anthology offers a concise … Continue reading

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With nod and apology to Stevie Smith and Peter Mark Roget

Roget not Stevie                                    by  DJS Plunge. With swoop, stoop, nose-dive, no power-dive; the dive twisted to a belly-flop dip. A ducking, immersion, submergence from gamble with plummet to sinking and drowning. You wallow, immersed, submersed; submerge and drown. Sink. Go … Continue reading

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