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Keepsache by John Hall
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Keepsache (2013)

by John Hall

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A companion selection to John Hall's previously published else here, one that revisits the earlier collections without repeating a single poem, and that draws fully on subsequent publications and unpublished poetry.

A selection can act as a keepsake: a metonymic souvenir for a missing whole, that can itself be something of a whole. But what can this whole be? An assemblage of syllables missing both the full silence of not writing and the fullness of a copious speech that always expects a reply? An attempted reconciliation with all those missing others whose voices and writings feed into the unquenchable source of a spectral language, always full of what it misses? A call and recall, as though this keepsake, these selected keepsakes, keep calling out and calling back, missing in the necessary non-reply all the faces that speak and spoke, the bodies with skin, exceeding language: companions, strangers.
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