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Orlando White

Winter 2010

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By Orlando White

an open hand. another will never recur before a or after   z.   it    is  space,  white  that occupies,  and underneath,  it absorbs fluid,  dark until  design  etiolates,  an absence    of  how  likely  that  some –thing   will  disappear,  sharp  angles indicate  pulse  but  also  indicate its measure of life span, how long as a surface phenomena will it be  print? people  write    and    change ,   but language  when  written  did  not.      

Winter 2010

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By Orlando White

is ox head, dark  snout  and  horn,  body  blank  as  milk,  originates from  a measure-meant of animal to print, first as labor on landscape, then  on  page as libel,  people  create  from  what  their  objects contribute for them,  that is […]

Winter 2010

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By Orlando White

The Kenyon Review e on knee to bow, a human figure-prayer.               and  the  white  altar page for an err-less               character,  for letters  commit our sins, but               in  turn redeem us from print, he  wears               what appears to be […]