Sophie's Reviews > Nervous Device: City Lights Spotlight Series No. 8

Nervous Device by Catherine Wagner
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Feb 17, 2016

bookshelves: poetry

"Poem as blister formed through friction, swelled atoll, sucked fluid from the body of the host."

"Blacklily puddle"

"Writing a poem is like reaching two prosthetic limbs out as far as you can on either side to grab something in front of you."

"Generous, in material love, love is made of stuff. I'll show you, I'll give it to you in a bag."

"ink of leather heavy bloom"

"I stopped having time to weed, friends started in dark light housed me"

"Black silk dragged through blood brain barrier Black sild dragged through blood brain barrier"

"One rides a horse to go somewhere, of course."

"rainy day, ugly little room I will make the mountains hurt"

"I am going to go underground and see what colors there are down there Mines & Everyones."

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