17 thoughts on “TSM 142

  1. We’ve come along way since the garden of Eden, now we walk the bleakness of our own making. The fruit has tempted mankind since the very beginning but, I hope we can plant new seeds of hope.

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  2. The “white-capped teeth” connecting to both biting wind and winter seas is genius! What a powerful metaphor in just a few lines. The whole poem is packed with thought-provoking comparisons and allusions. Truly fascinating.

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  3. Wow. How stunning and stimulating:

    “Umbilical prisoner,
    I walk bleak Eden.

    Rain breaks covenant,
    floods, waterboards
    my knowledge
    of good and evil.”

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