Bio-digital jazz, man.
April 6, 2011 § 2 Comments
Poems I scanned from The Moon is Always Female.
If you like them read another I posted, Kim Addonizio’s “For Desire” here.
Tagged: marge piercy, poetry
“Intimacy” reminds me of poems I liked when I was a teenager – all full of angst – and things I thought terribly significant then, but now think are hugely puny. “Dirty Poem” was good.
I agree that “Intimacy” has some underdeveloped moments, smacking a bit too angsty. But when I read it I try to be sympathetic to the ways in which it is quite Female, and I like it more. Great comment, thank you!
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