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Issue Details: First known date: 2013... 2013 Two or Three Days with Claude Debussy in Late October
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Notes

  • Epigraph:

    Death is the mother of nothing.

    This is a fact of life,

    And exponentially sad.

    All these years –a lifetime, really –thinking it might be otherwise.

    What are the colors of despair?

    Who knows where the light will fall

    as the clouds go from west to the east?

    –Charles Wright, 'Twilight of the Dogs', Sestets, p 334

Includes

1. Pastorale : Lento, Dolce Rubato : Raising Up the Grasses from the Dead i "Sorrow is happiness grown wise", Mark Tredinnick , 2013 single work poetry
— Appears in: Now You Shall Know : Newcastle Poetry Prize Anthology 2013 2013; (p. 13-15)
2. Interlude : Tempo De Minuetto : An Apricot Rain i "Sorro, Debussy tells me, is the last, overripe pear", Mark Tredinnick , 2013 single work poetry
— Appears in: Now You Shall Know : Newcastle Poetry Prize Anthology 2013 2013; (p. 15-16)
3. Finale : Allegro Moderato Ma Risoluto : A Forest of Phrases i "On Tuesday, sunlight bleeds to rain", Mark Tredinnick , 2013 single work poetry
— Appears in: Now You Shall Know : Newcastle Poetry Prize Anthology 2013 2013; (p. 16-17)
Coda : A Passing Car; a Barking Owl i "Two months pass, my friend, ardent with necessity;", Mark Tredinnick , 2013 single work poetry
— Appears in: Now You Shall Know : Newcastle Poetry Prize Anthology 2013 2013; (p. 17-18)

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