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17 April 2019

SOME PINK STAR
by Sophie Essex

“eight tetrahedral voids sounds dreamy when you
                                        linger over an idea of us”

I appreciated this chapbook and agree with its back cover blurb shown below.
I was also beguiled by breathing more easily in our world today with the spreading texts’ open airy spaces amid the disarming enjambments.

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The above quoted Essex lines are constructively out of keeping with the Ezra Pound line I quoted during my coincidental perception earlier today of Georgina Bruce’s rhombus in her story DOGS here: https://dflewisreviews.wordpress.com/2019/04/11/this-house-of-wounds-georgina-bruce/#comment-15403
That Bruce book has turned out, for me, in mutual synergy with this Essex book.
“my mass. cubic metered”

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2 responses to “*

  1. “the evolution of a bruise”

  2. Vanilla Sky as the optimum airy space to which I refer above.

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