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  1. the phrase “with a flickering-blind magnetic north” is perfect: the rhythm of it, the closed and open vowels, the meaning frankly couched within the words without being too obvious.

    very well said.

    x x x

    On Fri, Oct 8, 2021, 11:14 Bonnie McClellan-Broussard wrote:

    > bonniemcclellan posted: ” Every stone bears the memory of water within its > mineral bones time stamped with the fluid trace of a flickering-blind > magnetic north. ” >

  2. That’s lovely Bonnie. And it sent me leafing through your blog reading and rereading earlier poems. I hope you are well and prospering (we are okay here in Britain). All the best, John

    1. Hi John, thanks for taking the time to read and browse through the blog. We’re doing well here, very busy and the Autumn weather is splendidly bright and cool. I’m overwhelmed with copy editing work at the moment but when I remember to look around what’s there truly repays close attention. So glad to hear that you’re doing well!

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