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The Poetics of Directness in D. F. Brown’s Ghost of a Person Passing in Front of the Flag

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The veneer that is language is a major recurring trope in D. F. Brown’s newest collection. What is real and what is imagined through the filter of language? How might that affect the way we process an event?

There Are Children at the Border

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An old poem by Yehuda Amichai, published in the collection Love Poems, seems more pertinent than ever to me, reading it as the elegy of a parent to their lost child.