Glyphs (I)

Glyphs (II)

Glyphs (III)

“Every poem moves by the propulsion and rhythm of a speaker’s intake and outtake of breath. We are the organs that make the music here, and when we play musical instruments or use our pens to write poems on paper, we extend by prosthesis the capacities of voice and breath that are ours by birth.” —Susan Stewart, The Poet’s Freedom

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