Emptied of All Ships, Page 4
Poetry. "EMPTIED OF ALL SHIPS is a setting out onto crucial waters. Each word here has its own weight and position--its own vital movement between poles of loss and discovery. With our sight-lines thus widened, the observance itself becomes activated--another mode of transport. A poetry of brevity is a tough task (especially the word-as-line), but in these pages it registers as achievement"--George Albon. "Each poem is what I am looking for: a resonance with a particular location, an intelligence unafraid of its humanity, a sort of desperate adequacy with the people or objects that Szymaszek encounters"--Etel Adnan.
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Review: Emptied Of All ShipsUser Review - Adam - Goodreads
What appears to be a list of words ARRANGED more than WRITTEN, an engrossing meaning emerges from the rich, sad sounds. It was a unique reading experience for me, a mix of fast and slow eye movements ... Read full review