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Sunday, October 13, 2013

Review of Nothing by Design by Mary Jo Salter

Our universe provides little architecture for the internal paths of our lives. We routinely sculpt old expectations, and make things new by redesigning our days with charged up meaning and personal significance. Poets also follow this pattern, but even more so. They struggle to string together a mode of existence, often doling out praise and blame as they go. Most become demi-gods in their own minds—but not all. For more of my review of Nothing by Design go here:   http://dougholder.blogspot.com/2013/10/nothing-by-design-by-mary-jo-salter.html

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