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- Not Needing all the Words: Michael Ondaatje's Literature of Silence by Annick Hillger - jesrappsualficlmo.ml.
What I want to know is this: Philosophy aside, aesthetics aside, linguistics aside, what can silence do in a poem? Rae Armantrout has some answers for us in this essay.
She writes that silence can and I am paraphrasing :. So all these ideas about silence—both the lofty and the nuts-and-bolts-y—are rolling through my mind as I continue to be relatively silent at my desk, writing stillborn lines, false starts, and silences. That should not be the impulse behind a poem. You do it because it haunts you, and you write to discover what it has new to say to you. The quote is from this interview. I hope you enjoy it. Thanks for reading. May you be haunted. May all your silences reach down much further in the dark.
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