Winter 2010 • Vol. XXXII No. 1 PoetryJanuary 1, 2010 |

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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 a black coat and white               clerical collar, is that why we trust him?               with our thoughts to serve as subpoena to               the book, and yet, always also to disavow a               doctrine common to sentence, that is why               we  sound  out, to spell, invoke a pause               where he is speechless at the end of

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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 […]

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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 […]

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