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By Edward Dorn

The 1st definitive gathered version of yank poet Edward Dorn’s writings, this irrepressibly offbeat quantity marries the outdated West with American counterculture. because it celebrates Dorn’s epic poem Gunslinger, this collection—which is either splendidly ingenious in tone and idiom—puts Edward Dorn on an equivalent footing along with his masters.

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19 At all. Although I dig the juniper and think the hills swing, my world is not closed but open. Everywhere I am, I feel I am everywhere else. But that man in the sun last February, with the western hat, and whom I shall not see for many years to come, the Idaho, and the snow there, and the huge purple bitter juniper berries. The 7th There was a time sitting in a room I wanted to see everyone I ever knew and of course I don’t remember the bad ones except a few. What a shock to get over the embarrassment of using language.

No, on her feet therefore, are the silences of nothing. And leather leggings adorn her limbs, on her arms are the garlands of ferns come from a raining raining forest and dripping lapidary’s dust. She is a common thief of fauna and locale (in her eyes are the small sticks of slender land-bridges) a porter standing near would carry her bundle, which is scarlet too, as a geranium and cherishable common that I worship and that I sing ploddingly, and out of tune as she, were she less the lapwing as she my pale sojourner, is.

19 At all. Although I dig the juniper and think the hills swing, my world is not closed but open. Everywhere I am, I feel I am everywhere else. But that man in the sun last February, with the western hat, and whom I shall not see for many years to come, the Idaho, and the snow there, and the huge purple bitter juniper berries. The 7th There was a time sitting in a room I wanted to see everyone I ever knew and of course I don’t remember the bad ones except a few. What a shock to get over the embarrassment of using language.

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