guzzle Temple Cone guzzle The poems in GUZZLE are the Americanized cousins of the classic Arabic ghazal Loose shaggy beasts their three lined stanzas leap from celebration to skepticism to wild laughter The poems reflect on
  • Title: guzzle
  • Author: Temple Cone
  • ISBN: 9781942371113
  • Page: 464
  • Format: Paperback
guzzle Temple ConeThe poems in GUZZLE are the Americanized cousins of the classic Arabic ghazal Loose, shaggy beasts, their three lined stanzas leap from celebration to skepticism to wild laughter The poems reflect on the nature of language, environmental collapse, the presence of God, erotic desire, genius and madness, fatherhood, fame, and the pleasures of poetry, and they evoke artistsThe poems in GUZZLE are the Americanized cousins of the classic Arabic ghazal Loose, shaggy beasts, their three lined stanzas leap from celebration to skepticism to wild laughter The poems reflect on the nature of language, environmental collapse, the presence of God, erotic desire, genius and madness, fatherhood, fame, and the pleasures of poetry, and they evoke artists and thinkers ranging from Whitman to Wittgenstein, Olivier Messiaen to Sally Mann Forever stretching the ghazal form to compass the borders of postmodern reality, GUZZLE is a meditation on the ways that we ourselves are holy timber, waiting to be joined, Tongue and groove, to raise up the house of the beautiful.
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  1. From the BookFRESH AIRArticle, adjective, concrete noun, preposition, abstract noun.A snow capped mountain of sorrow, the desert winds within desire,And slow waterways along the soul are the broken meter beneath my song.Trying to embrace the moon, Li Po fell from his boat and drowned.What if he had made it all the way downriver to the sea Maybe he would have sat quietly, for a change, and not played the poet.If you would defeat sullenness and melancholy, remember the crow.It eats three day old r [...]

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