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Poetry as Fun

Poetry as Fun

(For Barbara Guest)   Poetry as fun because the poet laughs And lives and breathes The fibers of magnificat surrounding her surrounding him Until dawn and then again when they see The blue lapping violins on the turbid water There is a fair realism in the sense that the poem Can meet and exceed the imagination of the violins As if the violins are imagining the poet watching     Them Watching the blue lapping notes Prior to but not really before the…

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