29 comments on “Shriven

  1. Again, as with Bring It On, I really like this form. It feels like a paradoxical combination of ellipses and speed in a stream of consciousness. Is there a canonical precedent for it?

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  2. Reblogged this on MADWOMAN of GHOST HARBOR and commented:
    It’s no secret that I’m a first-row fan of Paul’s–and this poem of his stunned me near-speechless (no small feat). It’s like a prayer of surrender–I can feel God holding me, safe, as I consider the soul’s deep end.

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