Rochelle Owens

Patterns of Animus

A new poem by Rochelle Owens

[For some years now, Rochelle Owens has been a regular contributor to Poems and Poetics and,  before that, a key part of the poetry world which many of us have shared with her. Of the power of her work Marjorie Perloff has written: “brilliantly inventive, immensely learned, sophisticated, and witty in its conceits. She is, in many ways, a proto-language poet, her marked ellipses, syntactic oddities, and dense and clashing verbal surfaces.

Rochelle Owens: 'Solarpoetics' from a work in progress



Wyh do we udnersntad a txet eevn fi the letetrs

aer in dsiordre




The letter A

like a membrane

melliferous the animal flesh

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