Blake's Newton

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  • Blake's Newton
  • Michael Palmer
  • 03 August 2018
  • 0876851294

About the Author: Michael Palmer

Michael Palmer is a poet associated with the Language Poetry movement he is also a translator and has worked on art with painters and dancers Librarian Note There isthan one author in the GoodReads database with this name.


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10 thoughts on “Blake's Newton

  1. Jesse says:

    Linked to the Language poets, but here in the debut I hear Wallace Stevens when Stevens is in a bad mood Everything s fat and unlovely by the door The houses of red and green of the various schemes Also Mark StrandStevens in elegaic lines like these the ducks have gone while there s room and the ice is clear on what is there when to my eyes her mounting losses over the years the lines lately, turning corners Also Frank O Hara The talk is loud and everyone s laughing One reaso Linked to the Language poets, but here in the debut I hear Wallace Stevens when Stevens is in a bad mood Everything s fat and unlovely by the door The houses of red and green of the various schemes Also Mark StrandStevens in elegaic lines like these the ducks have gone while there s room and the ice is clear on what is there when to my eyes her mounting losses over the years the lines lately, turning corners Also Frank O Hara The talk is loud and everyone s laughing One reason is that Kit got back last night still alive and has already begun a new moustache, now legal Occasionally super difficult, and writ ing difficult poems is an explicit theme here and there The first two lines of the opening are Its form, at tables by fours leap relieved of their weight The poem is about a hawk Nice ending though It goes and around her dusting some lady s clothes from an edge like trees, turning pages, around or else about her, the wings marked by eyes, and seeing twice

  2. James says:

    A bit too esoteric for my taste.