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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.

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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.

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I love Cameo on Wednesday nights for the comedy show in back. You're using an out-of-date version of Internet Explorer. By using our site, you agree to our collection of information through the use of cookies. To learn more, view our Privacy Policy. Log In Sign Up. Osip Mandelstam's "Dear mistress of guilty glances Alexander Cigale. Odd fish travel, flashing their fins, gills inflated. Here, you take them, with their silently opening mouths, feed them the half-bread of your flesh.

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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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