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feral-ballad · 15 days ago
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Katherine Larson, from Radial Symmetry; “Gardens in Tunisia”
[Text ID: “There are days that walk through me / and I cannot hold them.”]
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allokosma · a year ago
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On hunger and love: 1. Catherynne M. Valente | 2. Natalie Diaz | 3. Katherine Larson | 4. Edvard Munch | 5. Caroline Walker Bynum | 6. Hélène Cixous | 7. José Saramago | 8. Hélène Cixous | 7. Roberto Ferri
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feydravthaa · 11 months ago
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‘‘... memory / which outruns the body and / grief which arrests it.’’
Katherine Larson, Radial Symmetry
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diomedrian · a year ago
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The pomegranates are almost ripe. Some splintered open the way all things fragment—into something fundamental. Either everything’s sublime or nothing is.
Katherine Larson, from Solarium in Radial Symmetry.
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northwindow · a year ago
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Katherine Larson, from Radial Symmetry
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theoryofreligion · a year ago
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“I know I’m still alive because I love to eat. On the table’s a gift from fishermen: pink gills embroidered blood, the eyes— two mirrors snapped over with iron. This shark that I will cut and soak in lime has a mouth made for eating darkness— an architecture built without a need for dawn.”
— katherine larson, “a lime tree for san cristóbal”, from Radial Symmetry
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catmint1 · a year ago
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There are days that walk through me and I cannot hold them.
Katherine Larson - Radial Symmetry: The Gardens in Tunisia
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morningray · a year ago
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Larson, Katherine “Study for Love’s Body”
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sapphireshorelines · 8 hours ago
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Katherine Larson, Radial Symmetry
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magnoliaison · 6 days ago
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— Katherine Larson, from 'Love at Thirty-Two Degrees'.
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Solarium
The pomegranates are blurs of rouge in the sky’s tarnished mirror.
The city, bleary with heat. Each day the eyes of my cat assemble a more precocious gold.
We press our blackened flesh against a sky so bright. I hold her in my arms at the fading windows.
We gaze together at nothing in particular, down an avenue that leans so far her tawny eyes
gutter out. In my laboratory, immortal cancer cells divide and divide. The pomegranates
are almost ripe. Some splintered open the way all things fragment—into something fundamental.
Either everything’s sublime or nothing is.
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runningfromadream · 8 months ago
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There are days that walk through me and I cannot hold them.
Katherine Larson
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feydravthaa · 11 months ago
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‘‘There are days that walk through me / and I cannot hold them.’’
Katherine Larson, Radial Symmetry
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diomedrian · a year ago
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We swim through cities buried in seawater, we watch the gods decay. We dredge the gods of other civilizations. The sun, for example. Before the deity became a star.
Katherine Larson, from Metamorphosis in Radial Symmetry.
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northwindow · a year ago
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Katherine Larson, from “Ghost Nets”
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axvella · a year ago
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“There are days that walk through me and I cannot hold them.”
— Radial Symmetry: The Gardens in Tunisia by Katherine Larson
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bren-crowe · a year ago
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Katherine Larson’s #RadialSymmetry is off to a good start.
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