Thursday, August 04, 2005

Violet was flayed on the lawn

The subject of the previous post is still a mote in my eye. Reading Elizabeth Bishop's "A Cold Spring", the second line "the violet was flawed on the lawn" looks like the above. And when she writes "the dogwood infiltrated the wood/each petal burned, apparently, by a cigarette-butt" ...

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