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Combustible Light

Combustible Light represents a poetic definition of the pastoral, bucolic, idyllic in its beautiful context (city and/or country), yet, as with Virgil, subverted by traits and characteristics of a world in which the writer himself and/or object itself, can not be whitewashed or obliterated by a pop-optimistic or romantic denial focusing on surface beauty alone. Knowledge, intuition, and the poet’s voice render beauty ‘combustible’ by the very nature of morality and transience.

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