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Beyond the Chainlink By Rusty Morrison,

  • Title: Beyond the Chainlink
  • Author: Rusty Morrison
  • ISBN: 9781934103463
  • Page: 115
  • Format: Paperback
  • Poetry Morrison writes Beyond the chainlink, a city is the union between two lovers, never taking place In this latest collection, her eye is attuned to the ways language both obscures and exposes the seemingly lucid illusions of intimate attraction How to recognize the past s specters as they beckon and frighten, haunt and call, from just outside the chainlink ofPoetry Morrison writes Beyond the chainlink, a city is the union between two lovers, never taking place In this latest collection, her eye is attuned to the ways language both obscures and exposes the seemingly lucid illusions of intimate attraction How to recognize the past s specters as they beckon and frighten, haunt and call, from just outside the chainlink of one s schoolyard expectations of self and other Though Morrison may assert how impossible it is to escape the constructed frame of past experience, her gift for nuance makes each achingly exposed limitation permeable to our attention She reports, Impulse says a little hurt is worth the long, thin fracturing you can use as horizon.
    Beyond the Chainlink Poetry Morrison writes Beyond the chainlink a city is the union between two lovers never taking place In this latest collection her eye is attuned to the ways language both obscures and exposes the

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    1. I am a huge fan not only of Rusty s poems, but also of her work founding and running Omnidawn She s a real literary ambassador and we are so lucky to have such a dedicated leader in poetry I was very excited to read this new book and it did not disappoint What I love about reading Rusty s poems is that with each turn of the page I m delighted by a surprise an image attached to a new way to view a space or relationship or fact I keep getting brain stretched How does she do that I want to too At t [...]

    2. My favorite work of Morrison s is her most constrained, and in this collection, the work tied to form elucidates the strangeness of the perfect squares and circles of life and land defined by modern man.I stumble on the leaves and wrens, which is to say the syntax of modernity the point is engaging than the autumnal counterpoint.More technically, her line balance remains as strong as ever The Backward rowing poems are highlights.

    3. A beautiful book of poetry that examines language and the self I love some of the wordplay and imagery in this book, but I kept feeling like the poet was holding something back, something personal, that really kept me from connecting to the poetry or the poet Still, some beautiful writing and imagery that haunts long after the book is put down.

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