These lines echo the end of “Essay on Crying in Public,” in which the speaker explains, “maybe i can’t see you now without also seeing you dead.” While most associate mourning with the months after death, Sax goes further by considering the months between learning that a lover has terminal illness and death itself.
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Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.Grew Some by I Made You Myself, released 09 April 2016 Stay, love You and I rhyme There is life to be lived between us But I understand reasons within my control have opposed you and driven you straight Off the edge And with weight On your head You begin your descent Like an arrow struck deep into mounds of concrete You've done nothing but scatter your worth If not chipped, if not blunted.Candid but bleak, sam sax meditates on death, desire, and personhood in his latest work, a series of experimental poems. Separated into five sections, the collection questions what it means to grieve and experience great loss: the best of the poems center on sax's reactions to his first love's death.
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