What do you like most about it? I moved to Park Slope in Then to Williamsburg in Then to the West Village in , with my wife, then back to Williamsburg in I liked the Slope for its self-containment.
It has everything you need in a few square blocks. But the Slope makes you soft. The art activity in the old warehouse spaces near the water was at its peak. I like it now, still, for the most part, because it represents the edge of a lot of worlds pushing against each other. For a year I lived in a tree fort inside a thirty-six hundred square foot loft with a full view of the Empire State Building. My tree fort was on a poorly built second story platform that looked down on the living room.
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I met a great deal of people that way, from all walks of life. We rented from someone who rented from someone who rented from a guy on an island who owned the property.
Death metal rose through the floorboards at 4 AM. It was everything I thought I needed at the time. Whitman, who is living. Hart Crane, who is not dead. Favorite places to read and write in Brooklyn besides home, assuming you like to be there? I used to ride the train to Coney Island to hit baseballs at the batting cage. Now I write anywhere, with earplugs.
We are not fish, red and golden, our sisterly fashion is this: thin ribs framing a warm body and the useless, moist glow of eyes. I would be sewn up with you in a sack, your dark language I would swallow, on fire water for you I would get drunk. We must war n death, fall asleep. I stand before the hard threshold.
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This is my book. It makes me happy to look at. Nov 19, Xian Xian rated it liked it. Borrowed I don't really remember where I found this. But I borrowed it on Kindle and read it here and there. Despite that it's a measly 92 pages, it felt longer, like maybe pages.
They say poetry is something that has to be read in a slower fashion compared to fiction. Although I don't really agree with them, especially when it comes to prose poems. Or maybe I am wrong, maybe I'm the ass who's reading poetry the wrong way.
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When people talk about poetry, they constantly speak of imagery, which Borrowed I don't really remember where I found this. When people talk about poetry, they constantly speak of imagery, which should also be utilized in fiction too. But I feel like it should be more than imagery, it should also hit something in you too. But I feel like I talk too much about this, it's all up to the writer and the poet. So this chapbook, with a title that is way too long and stumble worthy, has everything.
From the typical poetry style, prose poem stories, odes, and who knows, maybe a sestina. I can't really say I loved this chapbook, but I will say that this guy, his poetry hand, is quite wonderful. He's great at constructing these words and images, painting a whole lot of absurdity and clarity that morphs so close together, it kind of makes your brain twitch or something.
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Surrealist poetry is definitely something that occurs a lot in this book, which I don't mind.
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