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Anthony Madrid Wonders ‘What Is Poetry For?’

Paris Review Daily has now published two of Anthony Madrid’s quasi-k?an sets, “Both speech and silence are involved in transcendent detachment and subtle wisdom. How can we pass through without error?” (in July) and “I always remember Jiangnan in May; where the partridges call, the hundred flowers are fragrant.” (Right this very second! (ish)) More: […]
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