Daily Archives: July 1, 2012

“Butterfly Bones, or Sonnet Against Sonnets” by Margaret Avison

The cyanide jar seals life, as sonnets move towards final stiffness. Cased in a white glare these specimens stare for peering boys, to prove strange certainties. Plane dogsled and safari assure continuing range. The sweep-net skill, the patience, learning, leave … Continue reading

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