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Julia Sforza made a comment on Kate’s review of Blood, Bones, and Butter: The Inadvertent Education of a Reluctant Chef
"I really want to read this. There was an excerpt in the New Yorker recently, and it was great. "
"The egg of a robin is blue:
The sky fallen to earth as a hailstone--
Blue as the robin's destination.
Inside a furious beak pecks the sky.
Tensed on the ledge of her nest, the robin
Flies off with a stem in her mouth
Looking for other twigs and fluff
To..." Read more of this chapter »
"You can walk wheat with me;
My fear is like a field mouse.
Put its chill, its nose far away,
it wills itself into the insulation.
Water seeps through the foundation
blurring the blue of blueprints--
Or by morning wild orchids sprout;
pine cones thud to t..." Read more of this chapter »
"Evidence of us filled the environment--
Then: only a smell in the flannel.
Awake to momentary presences
And voices--it was the beginning
Of a room that opened onto imaginary rooms
Inside a city. One that was walled as were the ancient.
You were the hand..." Read more of this chapter »
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