The Apocalypse Has Already Occurred, And We Missed It God Is Not Dead, As Nietzsche Or Mahfouz Claimed, But He Has Simply Left, As Samuel Beckett Shows Us Man Now Lingers Out Of Inertia, Suspended Indefinitely In A Kind Of Purgatory Between An Abandoned Heaven And A Lukewarm Hell As Always, But With No Intention Of Bringing The Journey To An End Is Poetry Possible In The Aftermath Of This Anticlimactic Apocalypse How To Raise The Stakes When There Is Nothing To Lose Can We Devise Better And Reckless Games, Now That The Director Has Abandoned The Show And The Theatre Is Burned Down Perhaps The Post Apocalyptic Human Will Prove Even Resilient Than His Predecessor, Precisely Because He Lacks The Will To Live Or Die And So, Many Of These Poems Were Written With Those In Mind Whom We Did Not Lose To War, But To Indifference, Those That Were Taken Not By Death, But By The Tepid Current Of Everyday Life In This Book Of Dark Verse Nostalgia, Loss, And Ruin Decay In The Sweet Stink Of Love E Elias Merhige Precise In Its Effort To Provide Readers With Nothing Less Than A Grid Reference Map Of Nowhere, Each Poetic Line Pointing Back To The Work S Auto Poetics Of Absenteeism, This Essential Collection Performs What The Ground Often Does When Kicked Up By The Desolate Gusts Of A Beautiful, Insouciant Wind Liesl Ketum, Humbert Divinity School
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