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Sealed Tombs – Notes on Negativity

Sealed Tombs is a poem of negatives, not a negative poem. It maintains a positive description by defining subject matter through a set of boundary conditions. The confinement of possibilities gives opportunity for the reader or listener to interact and … Continue reading

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Sealed Tombs

Sealed Tombs breathe no moisture Are bone dry to the touch Have no dust suspended in their corridors No heat nor cool no shade no bright sunlight No footfall to be heard no echo Do not interrogate the darkness or … Continue reading

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