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Table Of Contents

Blue Iguana
Star of Empty Luck
MKT (after reading Housman)
Fragment of an epinicion by Simonides (translation)
Prolonging
Azular
Metamorphosis of a Participle
April Foolery
Deux Jeux
The Valley
On Gasparilla Island
Le gouffre d’azur
A Blue Afternoon
Ox-eye Daisy’s Blue Dawn
Not to the sensual ear
Erotesis
Substitute Teacher
Blues at 3:00 a.m
Accession to Inertia
No Grith
Blue by Blue
Agave of the Open Hand
Entertainer
Ontic Hay
Lucerne: Newly Sprung in June
Elegy
A Failure of Daydreams
Walk Back to Morning
Late Blue
Grey Clock
Parable of a Sower
Was gibt es?
Dark-faced Yellow Dog Blues
Friday Blues
Somnians intrinsecus
Where There Is No Middle Ground
Caeruleae in dumos iam surgere litoris undae
Edward Hopper’s “Summertime”
Manifest Discontent
Balder’s Dreams (translation)
Marizibill, by Guillaume Apollinaire (translation)
Without Markers in the Xq28 Chromosomal Region
Vergil’s Second Eclogue; a translation
The way is blue
Receding Sonnet
Fasces et secures
Unimportant
Blue Domino
Mosaic Jan. 30
Blue Olives
Drinking Around the Chip in a Blue Martini Glass
Blue Car, Yellow Death
Paresse au printemps
Summer Pavilion
Plot
Pervigilium Veneris (translation)
Blue Margin
Mimesis and the Gap
Anagoge as Rhetorical Way
A Blue Calculator
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Blue Margin

Blue Margin

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The title of this s book refers to the prime oneness that Martin Heidegger identifies as earth, sky, divinities, and mortals-the unity of four that fluctuatingly frames existence. To speak of this undulant frame is to use language; and Language, according to Heidegger, is the saying of Being. In this book, verse seeks to reflect the undulance of language; the waves of tentative rhythms and ambiguities collapse, then, into divagation on (1) mimesis vs. metaphor and (2) anagoge: the collapse is then further particularized by anagram-here a calculating play of letters that links the Reformation to the small market (selling shoes, for example).
The title of this s book refers to the prime oneness that Martin Heidegger identifies as earth, sky, divinities, and mortals-the unity of four that fluctuatingly frames existence. To speak of this undulant frame is to use language; and Language, according to Heidegger, is the saying of Being. In this book, verse seeks to reflect the undulance of language; the waves of tentative rhythms and ambiguities collapse, then, into divagation on (1) mimesis vs. metaphor and (2) anagoge: the collapse is then further particularized by anagram-here a calculating play of letters that links the Reformation to the small market (selling shoes, for example).

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