The voices in these poems describe troubled thresholds and uneasy mixtures: frogs invade houses and ‘sprout out of the skirting, / flimsy as pinkie fingernails’; a bear roams through a library ‘uncanny / on two legs’; stars are ‘corrupted by rain’. The voices sometimes speak from a sense of irritation, and occasionally throw out an […]
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