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Bed of Lists
by Elizabeth Robinson
1990, 48 pp.
Wholly original, Elizabeth Robinson's is an imagination of unusual resonance and indelible specificity. The pleasure in her poems is also their challenge, embracing a sense of play which in turn generates an extravagantly complex imagery through its willful deviance and layering.
"In these deft, subtle poems meaningful associations arrange
themselves. Like 'bones in a sand cliff'; like 'that bed
whose middle is lowered by the body,' Robinson's impressions