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Response (National Poetry Series #80)

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Paperback, 97 pages
Published October 1st 2000 by Sun and Moon Press
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killing is an ordinary act the two men, the neighbor, the numerous clips from news
programs assure

the man who committed the murders comments on how the night he spent in jail,
the next day was father’s day, as if it mattered


in the narrative a man looking for an elevator door is metaphor for the causes that

[name of nation deleted] to become engulfed with looting, rioting, and dangerous


whispers resonate—the church might refuse to take a stand because it would have
to imag...more
Elizabeth Metzger
call me old fashioned but I want a text's language to captivate me as much as its concept, and to perform as well as the concept it is, well, trying to perform. not happening for me yet...

(and didn't. quit.)
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