Tuesday, 29 October 2013


"[I]t’s a perfect system with all gears clicking. That isn’t to say that a poem has to be some streamlined over-engineered Ducati motorcycle (Seidel may convince you otherwise). Even the great awkward ones that clank along like a Dr. Seuss thingamajig seem somehow necessary in all their little bits and pieces."
Danny Jacobs considers some of the elements of a "great" poem.

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