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Frank de Canio: Revised Review

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Update for Magian Wine and Ich hab mich in dein rotes Haar verliebt:

Gee, my Flickrs are needed:

How strange that someone I ignore
because of her prosaic look
begins to read, the more I pore
inside her, like a darn good book.
Despite her page’s dowdy mien
that contravenes aesthetic norms,
she grows poetic in-between
the lines as irony informs
those sentences I read as prose.
But when her fancy fashions tropes
she dons a literary pose
that almost rivals Poe’s and Pope’s.
And mannerisms I deplore
develop like a metaphor.

Frank de Canio in: Stepping Stones Magazine, August 15, 2010.

Image: Red Bag featuring Katharina (forgot to ask about her book), Hofgarten München, August 1, 2010.

Written by Wolf

17. August 2010 at 6:27 am

Posted in Laderaum

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