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These 30 years have not turned it into a relic.
In fact, they are eerily relevant.


These poems cover the rise and reign of Ronald Reagan, and Donald Trump is the culmination of the cultural and economic Gospel According to Ronald Reagan as interpreted by Mitch McConnell.
Listen here to poem 7 of a long anthology poem, called “Two Headed Poems:”

Our leader
is a man of water
with a tinfoil skin
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.
he traps words.

They shrivel in his mouth,
he leaves the skin

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Why should we complain?
He is ours and us,
we made him

Or section two of “Solstice Poems”

All politicians are amateur I’ve bookmarked quite a few; one of my favorite poems is “The Woman Who Could Not Live With Her Faulty Heart”.
Atwood’s diction is precise, and each poem is unique, yet at the same time the ones from the same collection belong together, and can be alone too.



A collection of poems from TwoHeaded Poems, True Stories and Interlunar, with seventeen new poems.
Revisiting old friends is always fun! The new ones seem to cover a variety of themes on death, musings about aging and mortality (and I find it amusing that the nowmid70s Atwood felt compelled to write these in her 40s – I can’t help wondering what her current self would have to say to that self.
) There are also a lot of gruesome images here Long ago I was reading Mary Daly's Gynocology and the weight of its content had me bouncing off the walls of my little apartment and my exploding brain.
I inarticulately mentioned this to the dykes next door and one of them said hey have you read this?

Such comfort in her precise and metered rage and grief, her helpless tenderness, her wry and selfdoubting devotion to love.
The woman who wrote these poems was so clearly living openeyed in the world Daly described, never denying the relationship between her warm kitchen and the warfare in the street.


Immersing oneself in mundane & horrific truth is changed in every way by companionship, by a fellow witness.
I was taking it all in pretty much alone and raising a daughter.
Atwood was my co

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