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Contributions by Dorianne Laux:

“Aphasia” (Laux & Morrow)

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Collaborators’ Q&A What did you think an artist would pick up on from your poem? Poet Dorianne Laux: I wasn’t sure. There are so many objects in the poem: the blue pitcher, the glass of water, the pillow, the sky in the window, pink roses, the tissue box, her buttons. I guess I thought it might be one of those. And yet, it seems that Jennifer Moses saw that much less visual but maybe more evocative “dark …

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“Aphasia” (Laux & Moses)

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Collaborators’ Q&A What did you think an artist would pick up on from your poem? Poet Dorianne Laux: I wasn’t sure. There are so many objects in the poem: the blue pitcher, the glass of water, the pillow, the sky in the window, pink roses, the tissue box, her buttons. I guess I thought it might be one of those. And yet, it seems that Jennifer Moses saw that much less visual but maybe more evocative “dark …

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