Dennis Nurkse Famous Quotes & Sayings

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Dennis Nurkse Sayings: Poetry teaches us how to live in a world in which none of us belongs. Poetry teaches us how to live in a world in which none of us belongs.
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Dennis Nurkse Sayings: Showers"The child tells me, put a brick in the tank, don't wear leather, don't eat Showers"

The child tells me, put a brick in the tank,
don't wear leather, don't eat brisket,
snapper, or farmed salmon - not tells,
orders - doesn't she know the sluice gates
are wide open and a trillion gallons
wasted just for the dare of it?

Until the staring eye shares that thrill,
witnessing: I am just iris and cornea,
blind spot where brain meets mind,
the place where the image forms itself
from a spark - image of the coming storm.

Still the child waits outside the bathroom
with the watch she got for Best Essay,
muttering, two minutes too long.

Half measures, I say. She says, action.
I: I'm one man. She: Seven billion.

If you choose, the sea goes back.
Dennis Nurkse Sayings: Mary Mackey joins other visionary poets of dpaysement ... recovering a lost part of herself Mary Mackey joins other visionary poets of dpaysement ... recovering a lost part of herself in the edgy lyricism of the tropics, haunted by fado, forr, and death. The lines are tense with the vulnerability of lovers, strangers, and travelers with no ticket home.
Dennis Nurkse Sayings: Howard Altmann has found a way to make language transform itself. If the elusive moment Howard Altmann has found a way to make language transform itself. If the elusive moment between I and Thou could speak, it might be one of his quietly amazing lines-'you ask the silence to invert itself / like a gymnast in the dark ... ' Without a trace of rhetoric, In This House reminds us of the power of poetry: to show us how to live in a world in which we are strangers. It's a thrill to come close to such an original and deeply realized art.