by john e & pj nights

Soup Sonnets is the way a gasp of excitement sounds, when you take it easy. Like a good movie, it has merging molecules. These sonnets cover all the angles: love, action, comedy, and drama, with flashbacks sometimes only one word long. Ted Berrigan was a wonderful frog-pocketed poet -- he wrote The Sonnets, a world where it is frequently 5:15 a.m.. We like his book a lot. We gasp in excitement, easily.


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