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By Alexandria Peary

ISBN-10: 1609382455

ISBN-13: 9781609382452

ISBN-10: 1609382552

ISBN-13: 9781609382551

“‘Go play!’ advises Peary in her 3rd assortment, and we do, with ‘a tassel of rain,’ with ‘dove-colored sounds’ and ‘starter castles.’ The topos is New England archaeology; it’s Colorforms and Legos; Charley Harper landscapes turn into interiors; we're overjoyed to already locate ourselves the place we couldn’t probably get to.”—Caroline Knox, writer, Flemish: Poems
In regulate poultry Alt Delete, the reader is invited to discover unusual landscapes: a few in line with the ruins of recent England and others following the architectural prints of the subconscious. The reader walks via woods jam-packed with cellar holes, rock partitions, and lilac trees, and is made to think about humans long gone lacking. Robert Frost meets instances sq.. Nature intrudes in unforeseen methods on household settings—and vice versa—domestic and commercial settings look in bits contained in the pastoral. Birds, one-dimensional yet unusually clever, flit backward and forward and rebelliously tape up their songs. The senses are completely combined, resulting in unusual combos and sensory stories, to states of mindfulness and snowstorm distraction.

the entire whereas, the subconscious threatens to interfere, with its underlined locations, its catch doorways within usual conversations, the mazes it hangs up like “welcome domestic” banners subsequent to people’s mouths whereas they communicate. The reader follows the first-person I through mazes, workplace areas, and coils of road site visitors, hoping for a few redemption, a few type of resolution to the entire deletion.

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The journey starts when a rope ladder is lowered from one of his fogged-over words. Slightly elevated, like superscript to a forest of vowels, a footnote above the man’s upper lip, the sung maze appears mid-air, a flake that doesn’t go away though dabbed at with a spinning doily or Queen Anne’s lace and this occurs beside the potted plants and the violet-flavored sunlight that comes in a powder. It made sense. After all, a road had emerged from the head of a woman at the top of the room, a striped road that I roller-skated down listening to Neil Diamond sing “They Come to America” from an alarm-clock radio in my orange K-mart shorts and tube socks w/ their clover-colored stripe and by the time I reached the bottom, the 80s were done.

30 Incidence of Meditation Hallucinogenous with Site-Specific Factors Involved in Reversible Day 1 The up down, up and down of one’s thoughts dark green, gray-green, and white columns are splices of different times and places that a woman horsebacks through on a carousel and across the way sprayed-on laughter comes from a canister labeled Autumn in New England as one wades ankle-deep in water gone bright pink through a patchwork of thyme and cilantro. The lake is stagnant with statements, a swizzle stick rusting flamingo leaning at one end.

33 2 I jump the wall and land on colored phrases. I jump and land in a dumpster in the alley because there are more forms to fill out, a dumpster of mannequins and foam columns I have to punch my way through giant We’re #1 Hands to get through this part. Reset, press again. I jump and land on colored phrases that tell me how to move like in a game of Twister, commands, streets that tell me how to move. In a series of streets that are directives, because those streets had been brought inside, in a labyrinth carved out of nostalgia, a warren of personal names, I touch the street and more unfold beneath it, drag my club foot onto it, my mouse hand: in a vortex of splinters and piers, a deer path, and to an alley of men who play backgammon off their chests and drink a soup of nuns, my avatar is running.

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