Can You Relax in My House

Can You Relax in My House An isolate protracted surrealism attaches to objects animals and emotion in Craig s semi rural outlandish poems Readers are embroiled in textural exposition encountering dark recessions against a

  • Title: Can You Relax in My House
  • Author: Michael Earl Craig
  • ISBN: 9780971318915
  • Page: 384
  • Format: Paperback
  • An isolate, protracted surrealism attaches to objects, animals, and emotion in Craig s semi rural outlandish poems Readers are embroiled in textural exposition, encountering dark recessions against a relief of interior truth Today you strike me as needing something So take my ten thousand pound typewriter For here is an older, other world, taking almost forty sheepAn isolate, protracted surrealism attaches to objects, animals, and emotion in Craig s semi rural outlandish poems Readers are embroiled in textural exposition, encountering dark recessions against a relief of interior truth Today you strike me as needing something So take my ten thousand pound typewriter For here is an older, other world, taking almost forty sheep to make one sock.

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    1. msarki.tumblr/post/8482536There was a period some years ago when I engaged myself in a personal contradictory struggle over feeling my life had no meaning. I say contradictory because I had no reason to feel this way. I was happily married to the woman of my dreams, our children had all completed college except for our youngest who was enrolled, my wife and I both had decent jobs, we lived in a nice home with a dog and a yard, and I was writing poetry under the tutelage of Gordon Lish. I felt gu [...]




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