The Felt Leaning

No sentimentality. Just play the notes.
lareviewofbooks:

Here is the cover of Michael Klein’s new book of poems. One poem in the book begins “The body is everywhere,” which struck reviewer Matthew Lippman particularly:

After I read that first line, I closed the book. It was enough: “The body is everywhere.” I had no idea what the poem was about but it didn’t matter because it felt whole: the body is everywhere. I closed the book.

Read the rest of Matthew Lippman’s review of The Talking Day at the LA Review of Books. 
 

How lines work.

lareviewofbooks:

Here is the cover of Michael Klein’s new book of poems. One poem in the book begins “The body is everywhere,” which struck reviewer Matthew Lippman particularly:

After I read that first line, I closed the book. It was enough: “The body is everywhere.” I had no idea what the poem was about but it didn’t matter because it felt whole: the body is everywhere. I closed the book.

Read the rest of Matthew Lippman’s review of The Talking Day at the LA Review of Books

 

How lines work.

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