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The Lonesome Beauty of the Moment by Lee…

The Lonesome Beauty of the Moment

by Lee Bassett

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After the war, the blasted out buildings, the broken/ Crater-roads, the encampments and harbors and dust./ Men hobbled home and hunched, with hands larger/ Than their faces, and women, after all fatigue…/ World-weary, world-weary./

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"These poems cling fiercely to their images, Cal Kinnear writes in the Afterword. "These poems are concerned with the music they make." Photographs by Jake Seniuk.

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