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Godzenie

Godzenie has been revised. Revisited. rethought. Things taken and things added and things shuffled. Four sections:

1) Wonderland (Seoul, South Korea)

2) Block 7A (Zory, Poland)

3) Hotel Diament (Jastrzebie, Poland)

4) Return to the City (Katowice, Poland)

Some poems fit nicely from North Carolina days into Block 7A as well.

Three individual poems to kick it off then four serial poems (Wonderland, Block 7A, Hotel Diament, Return to the City).

Finally, many years in the making, a mature manuscript is ready.

disjunctive narratives, eliptical lyrics, poetry and place, poetry and the foreign, poetry and the eye, poetry minded.

voice is not a static value

I am exhausted. Need to find food.

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