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The Swallows and the Gamble of Rebirth: A Review of Carl Terver’s “Till the Swallows Come Home”

“I know this place where civilisation Runs along torn asphalts…” These three-month gone, I have observed that poetry can invert itself to be an emotional hallucinogen; that it can sometimes betray its very own bard as to transpose the weight … Continue reading

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