Tuesday, September 25, 2012

News at Eleven: Imbris Delapidato describes rain that's

"not a true rain," but rather, "a dense shower accompanied by strong, gusting winds." The poet then gives her definition: "Cold winds fling this rain in brittle handfuls/against the house, fling it stinging against/skin. Gravelly bursts invert umbrellas,/zing/pepper the face. "

Pluvia Pertendo is, as it turns out, "a true rain, light but steady.

from The Chronicle Herald: Two new poets off to strong starts


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