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April 03, 2009

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Excellent poem. One question nags at me: how do you "cradle a nun in your hands"? Is that a nod in Auden's direction?

I try to live my life and go about my days not thinking about that broom or that nun but I have to admit it's not easy. Not easy at all...

Delicious!

Thanks for the comments. I love Auden, but the nun is just a stand-in for a gun.

Ugh! How boring, more drivel the Master's of the Fine Farts mill I bet.

In Master of Fine Arts programs--particularly in those that nourish creative writers--students learn how to complete sentences. Perhaps, Roslyn, you could give one a try if you meet the minimum qualifications (usually, these involve some competence in written English).

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