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A Natural History of Seaweed Dreams #2020

A Natural History of Seaweed Dreams Plankton fed sleep drugged eyes cast down in the direction of the sacred Manta rays bloom in cosmic night A collection of prose poems reduced to their elemental mineral quintessence A Natural Histor

  • Title: A Natural History of Seaweed Dreams
  • Author: Rasu-Yong Tugen, Baroness de Tristeombre
  • ISBN: 9780692712092
  • Page: 304
  • Format: None
  • A Natural History of Seaweed Dreams By Rasu-Yong Tugen, Baroness de Tristeombre, Plankton fed, sleep drugged eyes cast down in the direction of the sacred Manta rays bloom in cosmic night A collection of prose poems reduced to their elemental, mineral quintessence A Natural History of Seaweed Dreams is a companion volume to Songs from the Black Moon One does not read the Baroness s poems, one inhales them like air, like mist, like vapour Sa Plankton fed, sleep drugged eyes cast down in the direction of the sacred Manta rays bloom in cosmic night A collection of prose poems reduced to their elemental, mineral quintessence A Natural History of Seaweed Dreams is a companion volume to Songs from the Black Moon One does not read the Baroness s poems, one inhales them like air, like mist, like vapour Sarojini Naidu, author of The Bird of Time Every poem, as it nears perfection, achieves its own silence If the poems in this book were any precise, they would disappear entirely Haruo Sato, author of Gloom in the Country What we dimly call the natural world is but a decaying and fecund hallucination creeping out of our very bodies The poems in this book prove it They are not even poems they are taxonomies Jean Lorrain, author of Memoirs of an Ether Drinker

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    1. This companion volume is both and less than its predecessor, Songs from the Black Moon It s an improvement in being largely absent of the banal, angst ridden passages which made the author seem, at times, closer to an embryonic existentialist than a cosmic pessimist At the same time, hardly any of the entries in Seaweed Dreams are as incisive or memorable as the best material in Black Moon This is, however, not so much a flaw as it is a quality of this new volume s vision being far coherent as [...]

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