Ambiguity and Poetry

July 22, 2011 § Leave a comment

Arthur, as a zine, publishes poetry.  Usually, our zines contain about three poems each.  And since poetry is both the most pretentious and most maligned form of writing, we are okay with this.  That said, we would like to submit this essay on poetry and ambiguity by Adonis for your reading pleasure.

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