This is Edwin Morgan's "Archives." It's my favorite of the "simple" typewritten concrete poems in the anthology of concretism edited by Eugene Wildman, published by Swallow Press in 1969.
This is Edwin Morgan's "Archives." It's my favorite of the "simple" typewritten concrete poems in the from anthology of concretism, edited by Eugene Wildman (Chicago: Swallow Press, 1969):
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Robert Grenier (in Phantom Anthems, 1986) wrote what I think is an absolutely brilliant response to and satire of William Carlos Williams. Here it is:Butfor William Carlos Williamsthe young plum treelike a martiniwith new greenleaves how metricallikely & con-versant it wouldhave been today towrite a true imagist poem