Poems by Richard Epstein. Not much commentary, only one picture (sorry, Alice), and little disruption: just a place to find poems by Richard Epstein
Doesn't "Anadyomene" mean something like "rising from the sea"? If so, isn't "Dripping from the sea" sort of a redundancy redundancy?
But a poem is not a telegram, and you don't get penalized for using more words than are strictly necessary to convey the paraphrased sense, as isntanced, perhaps byThe multitudinous seas incarnadine,Making the green one red.RHE
comments like oooo this is devine or real commentslike generally i pass on poems about poems or poetry itself but how can you pass on a first line likepoems who sing hmmmpoems who...interesting personification(could use a tad of editing =don't abandon it yet)
I wasn't planning on abandoning it, but thanks for the advice. (I did consider leaving it in a basket on the doorstep of Our Lady of Sestina, but found I couldn't climb over the razor-wire.)For whatever it's worth, "devine" is the actor who played Wild Bill Hickok's sidekick on TV. You may have had something else in mind.
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