aw-shucks, again…

more kind words:

Hi Jeff,

Some more thoughts I had while reading nibble (16):
 
“Detroit” was a bold poem to open with—equal parts menace and intrigue.

I liked the side-by-side pairings of the snow leading to a vision (“it is winter”) and the snow obliterating vision (“New Directions”).

Similarly I liked the butter and toast (“Quality Time”) next to the apricots and figs (“Blue California”).

The poem that struck me the most was “On learning that a crater on Mercury was named after Li Bai, the Chinese poet.”
 
Happy holidays!
Kelly

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~ by nibblepoems on December 23, 2010.

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