The PIP Anthology of World Poetry of the 20th Century, Volume 5
The fifth volume of the PIP series features the work of innovative poets of Southern California. This group of 25 poets does not write a particular "kind" of poetry but has worked together through a series of intersecting ideas and interests to create some of the best writing of contemporary poetry, contradicting many of the simplistic notions of the nation regarding this region of the country. In his introduction, Messerli presents an original history of the literary scene in Southern California and outlines its many -contributions to American culture and the shared interests of these poets.
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(from The Blue Soprano, 1994) Lemon The lover I never dreamed of wouldn't
speak When I was at the ocean too. Seaweed and salt and wind Blew every list
away. Words that would make me laugh now Snorted bulls and boardwalks Me.
The Hidden For Harry E. Northrup o law I die under nothing to do with free kind
my brutish law, out law miracle, crawl, sweat, to glory, got adventure & got
ascared, dad, dad, my dad, a version, blue eyes under silt by sea not light not
light not ...
from An American Voyage The world green blue in ambivalent sound. The heat
pressing down against. The will of current. Strings of palm. Adagio of fish. A light
step into swim recovering artifice from extinction. Even the breath blue. A tongue
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