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In this new collection, his ninth book of poetry, noted Los Angeles poet Dennis Phillips explores the temporal, an ever-shifting world in which meaning, like a palm full of sand, is made up of small particles which come together often by chance. "Who walks the boundaries?" Phillips asks the reader, challenging him or her to make sense of that ever-changing reality. Author ...more
Paperback, 140 pages
Published October 1st 2002 by Green Integer
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Jul 16, 2012 Carrie rated it it was amazing
Collage of underlined lines:

Important people are spot lit.

Emphasis on ties.

[...]traces of induplicability

A hiatus would make little difference.

Gradually one is surrounded by ghosts.

[...]that darkness is one part of a concept which married to its opposite creates a state into which our minds cannot wander [...]

something with a continuity other than time

Their request
in an age of confluence:

The oven announces us.

Distance becomes a kind of future.

fish usually cannot fly, the plural isn't
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