Epigraph: "spring tide, tide of maximal range, near the time of new and full Moon when the Sun and Moon are in syzygy - ie, aligned with the Earth. Conjunction is the time during new Moon when the Sun and Moon lie on the same side of the Earth; opposition is the syzygy condition that occurs during full Moon when the Sun and Moon are positioned on opposite sides of the Earth. In either case of syzygy, the tide producing forces of the Sun and Moon reinforce each other, and the tidal amplitudes on Earth are at their greatest..."
Syzygytics : 8. Britannica Syzygy: is a poem containing four parts - (i) tarot (title only, ie no lines), (ii) opposition (first line: "in the wreck of love you bloom"), (iii) word (first line: '"illustrious zodiac"', and (iv) conjunction (first line: "() () () : hear that?"
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yDoppler EffectJohn Kinsella,
Cambridge:Salt Publishing,2004Z11731482004selected work poetry This new selection of John Kinsella's innovative poetry gathers work from over fifteen years. Including seminal works like Syzygy and Erratum/Frame(d) as well as more fugitive publications like The Radnoti Poems and The Benefaction.Cambridge:Salt Publishing,2004