1. […] Aside from a few fragments, run-ons and dash-strewn clauses, the poems discussed in this series have largely been composed of short sentences. Some examples: “I’m not quite right” (de Meijer). “Bare trees cast grim reflections” (Hamilton). “And the monks ring the bells” (Coupal). “You’re stunned to find yourself/ alone” (Wang). […]

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