The DoorBook - 2007
American poetry -- 21st century.
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Why is it you reject them, / them and their tangled harmonies / and raffish madrigals? / Because they thwart your will.
When you stand on bare earth in your bare feet / and the lightning whips through you, two ways / at once, they say you are grounded, / and that's what poetry is: a hot wire. / You might as well stick a fork / in a wall socket. So don't think it's just about flowers. / Though it is, in a way.
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