Summer 1981 • Vol. III No. 3 Contemporary English and Irish PoetryJuly 1, 1981 |

From “Ten Poems from a City Calendar”

In the true weather of their art these silver streets bustle, skin lit towers: we break some magic barrier into the daylight of the Duc de Berry's golden hours and now in a supernatural city what is possible changes as the tones of tired voices lift in the mild air and like a tree that might find loose birds in its leafless hair, I am open to surprises of the season

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