Volume I No. 9: Feb, 2019About RHINO Reviews View All
The poet carves in poem after poem pictures of a detonated world…
Absence is everywhere.
… “riots and ocean” threaten to consume the world as we know it.
Anybody who fails to promote the Genius in the Imperial bureaucracy is a damnable double-barreled ass of the very first rank.
Again and again, the poet calls on us simply to “Listen.”
A haibun-like mix of prose and poetry that clears a long runway …
The poetic narrative rises and falls like the electrical events on an EKG.
Reyes demands that we connect the personal and the political, the powerful and the disenfranchised …
Having a father and grandfather beguiled by flight and outer space, Lisa Rosenberg acknowledges that she “…was born an eldest son…”
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