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"The poem works like a heliotropic vine trained to a post--as we move our eyes downward through the poem, the poem moves upward into the air to arrive at a surprise, here 'breath’s flaked edges.' Though hard to know exactly what this means, it feels like a release from the lines that lead us to this moment, suggesting decay as much as freedom." Peter O'Leary on Gustaf Sobin • The Cultural Society

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