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Lovely sonnet by Jessica Greenbaum in For You Today and her abecedarian poem is also quite good, A Poem for S, but I’m curious about the missing letter.

Steve Gehrke : Epilogue

Quite a compelling poem by Tony Hoagland in Note to Reality.

Saskia Hamilton adds to the mystery of foreign words with Zwijgen.

“Lord, when shall we be done growing? As long as we have anything more to do, we have done nothing. So, now, let us add Moby Dick to our blessings, and step from that. Leviathan is not the biggest fish; – I have heard of Krakens.”

Herman Melville in a letter to Hawthorne, in response to Hawthorne’s praise of Moby-Dick

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