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Incarnadine : poems /

Mary Szybist restlessly seeks out places where meaning might take on new color. One poem is presented as a diagrammed sentence. Another is an abecedarium made of lines of dialogue spoken by girls overheard while assembling a puzzle. Several poems arrive as a series of Annunciations, while others... Full description

Main Author: Szybist, Mary, 1970-
Format: Book
Language: English
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Contents: TheTroubadours Etc. --Annunciation (from the grass beneath them) --Conversion Figure --Annunciation in Nabokov and Starr --Heroine as She Turns to Face Me --Update on Mary --Hail -- Annunciation as Fender's Blue Butterfly with Kincaid's Lupine --Girls Overheard While Assembling a Puzzle --Invitation --Entrances and Exits --It Is Pretty to Think --Long after the Desert and Donkey --To Gabriela at the Donkey Sanctuary --Notes on a 39-Year-Old Body --Annunciation under Erasure --Close Reading --So-and-So Descending from the Bridge --I Send News: She Has Survived the Tumor after All --Another True Story --Annunciation in Byrd and Bush --On a Spring Day in Baltimore, the Art Teacher Asks the Class to Draw Flowers --Touch Gallery: Joan of Arc --To the Dove within the Stone --Holy --How (Not) to Speak of God --Yet Not Consumed --On Wanting to Tell [ ] about a Girl Eating Fish Eyes --Annunciation in Play --Too Many Pigeons to Count and One Dove --TheCathars Etc. --To You Again --Annunciation: Eve to Ave --Annunciation Overheard from the Kitchen --Night Shifts at the Group Home --Happy Ideas --Annunciation as Right Whale with Kelp Gulls --Here, There Are Blueberries --Do Not Desire Me, Imagine Me --Insertion of Meadow with Flowers --Knocking or Nothing --TheLushness of It.
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