20 comments on “Vitrine

  1. Oh my. This poem hits me with both pleasure and impressiveness. The sonic craftsmanship of the lines and breaks knocks me out, keeps me guessing, and makes me want more. The tender semantics of personal story is integrated with the poetic technique infallibly. Wow. Love it.

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