Review: Kei Miller, A Light Song of Light, New Walk 2, 2011

By on Jun 28, 2013 in Publications | 0 comments

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The ‘Some Definitions for…’ poems (definitions of song, night and three considerations of light) are in the vein of jerky Wikipedia style consciousness. Song, for example, is a common surname in Korea, a bankrupt low cost airline, a bargain and ‘any sound that escapes, also anything that escapes; a passage / out, the fling up of hands’.  The key word, like a term typed into a search engine, is merely a password to the possibilities inherent in meaning and language.

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