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Collected Poems (Re/View) Paperback – October 31, 2006
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The magnitude of "Black Mare's" significance might be lost on the contemporary reader. Its French sensitivity and reach is a bridge spanning Time and Love. In my estimation it is an overlooked and highly significant poem, it is but one of many in this volume of three books. "Orinthology" is a jazz listener's favorite, with its homage to Charlie "Bird" Parker and the syncopated beat. Required reading...
And the music... Baudelaire in the preface to his little poems in prose spoke of the need for a modern poetry not dependent on rhyme to create a new music of language for poetry. I know of no better practitioner in the English language who understood this need and filled it than Lynda Hull. Wonderful!