Inspired by Su Shi (1037-1101)
Thanks to Robert Okaji for bringing to light this poet!
Filed under First World War, Great War, poetry, Uncategorized, World War I
Tagged as concrete verse, First World War, Great War, No-Man's Land, poems, poetry, writing, WWI
Thank you! As usual, I rode off in a different direction with it, but you have a talent for picking out poets who are really good at pushing hot buttons. Even the sketchy syntax of the transliterations is no impediment to the imagery those combinations of words can conjure up.
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