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By Willis, Elizabeth

ISBN-10: 0819570982

ISBN-13: 9780819570987

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Tackle attracts us into obvious and invisible architectures, into acts of intimate and public tackle. those poems are targeted, polyvocal, and sharply conscious of acts of illustration; they take individually their politics and within the procedure show anything in regards to the manner civic constructions inhabit the mind's eye. toxic vegetation, witches, anthems, bees—beneath their floor, we glimpse the fragility of our founding, republican aspirations and witness a disintegrating panorama artfully remodeled. If a poem can function a type of astrolabe, measuring distances either cosmic and speedy, temporal and actual, it does so by way of innovative, nonlinear ability. right here, prior and current interact in acts of mutual interrogation and critique, and inside this dynamic Willis’s poetry is immediately complexly authoritative and looking: “so starts our legislation.”

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When it was not about money it was about Congress. 34 ) ) ) When it was not about the sanctity of the House it was about the future of the Senate and when it was not about that, it was about Dynasty, which I recommend in reruns, and when it was not about family executive privilege, it was about real estate. It was about running. It was about time we had the kind of coup we’ve been giving to the rest of our friends, it’s time we photographed ourselves next to African American constituents, it’s time we talked about freedom of religion for marginalized fundamentalist Christians.

When a witch is hungry, she can make a soup by stirring water with her hand. I have heard of a poor woman changing herself into a pigeon. At times a witch will seem to struggle against an unknown force stronger than herself. She will know things she has not seen with her eyes. She will have opinions about distant cities. A witch may cry out sharply at the sight of a known criminal dying of thirst. ( ( ( 21 She finds it difficult to overcome the sadness of the last war. A nightmare is witchwork.

A family in reduced circumstances may resort to witchcraft in order to procure food. A family of witches will put off a bad smell like that of wild animals. Bridget Bishop, Martha Carrier, George Jacobs, John Proctor, and John Willard were hardcore Salem gothic witches. Kate, Leah, and Maggie Fox were professional upstate rapping witches.

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