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Thy Poetry and Thy Pathos— All so Strange! single work   poetry   "The found poem hates the way"
Issue Details: First known date: 2014... 2014 Thy Poetry and Thy Pathos— All so Strange!
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    • Thy poetry and thy pathos—all so strange!— from Ada Cambridge ‘A Dream of Venice’
    • egregious disruptions of fashion from Peter Porter ‘St Cecilia’s day 1710’
    • a misshapen picaresque from John Kinsella ‘hydrography’
    • They brushed aside the dreamer in his dreams from George Essex Evans ‘The Master’
    • O singing heart turn hawk from Douglas Stewart ‘Turn Eagle, Lark’
    • The Baskerville-shaped shadows cross the floor from Peter Porter ‘The Puppy of Heaven’
    • “If I cannot inspire love, I will cause fear.” Mary Shelley Frankenstein

    Note 1: the poet has sometimes changed punctuation and line breaks, and almost always meanings

    Note 2: the creation of this monster was inspired by a discussion at Under the counter or a flutter in the dovecot

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    y separately published work icon Verity La August 2014 9392325 2014 periodical issue 2014
    Note: Posted 29 August 2014.
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