how it might sing

I've just come across Jeff Davis's blog called Natures,. I'm glad I did.

I was actually tracking down some information on Thomas Meyer when it turned up. So, first of all, there's references to Meyer and to Creeley and others. There are some good considered things here including, for starters, an entry tackling poetry and music which, as a poet who makes much musical reference and with a concern for the sonics of poetry, I found useful - thinking in terms of sound forms and the lexical.

I liked that 'natures' is the plural, rather than the grandiose Nature.


Meredith Jones said…
There are so many natures, aren't there? And so many cultures. And many of them are so delightfully mixed together...
Jill Jones said…
You bet, Marrickville being a good example.

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