Edge of tomorrow

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I always the the open page the blank white space pace created by whiteness blankness openness. The Edge of tomorrow reconstructs previous works rewrites them represents them along with new work in a way that I call syntactical. This is the eighth book of poetry in this year long blitz. I know I went somewhere else the Edge of tomorrow when my wife Amy said she couldn't read anymore because of the tears in her eyes. That's enough for me. When added to the cancer surviving sister Pati whose demise made me undertake this project there is nothing to compete.
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  • By Steven Ross Keith
    Oct 15, 2009
    "edge of tomorrow" Let us lie. Let us tell a truth that is a lie. Let us speak of things we not of but let it be our truth. Let it be our lie. Let this place us on the edge of the day when we thought we said we would but we did not. What dream one had  is what the other did not living on the edge and all who would know what the other knew or thought or felt to grow to be and in being became what they thought they would become. The Bard of Manhattan evokes in me a penetrating visceral response somewhere deep in my essence wherein on a cold hard day in the Dakotas, the great flat lands at the edge of the world he was saved by his mother who is and forever will be his saint, strength and redeemer. On the Edge of Tomorrow, the flat land we visit with he and others like he who sat forth to sail like Columbus form a new world eclipsing the flat one he knew not of , but contained him in a box wherein was a gift to the new world of Jeffersonian thought the seed of an... More > idea planted on the edge of parchment which gave us again another day on the Edge of tomorrow. Pain is born on the Edge of Tomorrow. Wanting  is there and for the lack of it we proceed with the Bard of Manhattan into that hard cold land where apples big, bitten and battered on the Edge of Tomorrow can bring forth a light and luminance even a Saul Bellow would ask if there were any more of this? Only if we travel there. If there be anything on the Edge of Tomorrow, we will find it. If you need any assistance, the pick up a missive on the Edge of Tomorrow. Travel well. On the Edge of Tomorrow. Ernest D. Dillihay, Performing Arts & Facilities Director Cultural Facilities Division City of Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department 201 N. Figueroa Street,  Suite 1400 Los Angeles, California 90012< Less
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steven ross keith
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