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August 18, 2014

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Thanks for this, Sara. I'm really interested in the idea of "our Death...made visible as Life." I think poetry tries to do that in a variety of ways; through subject, of course, but even just through existing as a record of things after the fact.

Anyway, this was great. Looking forward to more.

Wow, obscure example indeed. I appreciate your insightful words about Earthworks (and the whole post as well!), and it's very interesting to see how you've contextualized it among the work and thematics of your essay.

Thanks, Jessica. And thank you, Tyrus--very happy to know you found my take interesting/insightful.

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