1 Aug 08
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this poem is difficult to read, but worth the effort it takes to get inside it.
i read line 17 as she then he and it threw me at first
Never heard of a willow ptarmigan,
In the mountains of Honshū, Japan, the Ptarmigan is called raichou (literally "thunder bird") and according to legend protects people and buildings from fire and thunder.
Over the next few weeks Hermine introduces Harry to the indulgences of what he calls the "bourgeois": she teaches Harry to dance, introduces him to the casual use of narcotics, finds him a lover, and forces him to accept these as legitimate and worthy aspects of a full life.
What a great girl.
very difficult but i love a challenge. good experimental poem.
What precisely are you trying to convey by using this format? I'm hoping you had a reason for it, rather than simply writing a strong poem?