From the June, 2017 issue
Poets are always looking for constraints, limitations that push them toward new words and new ideas they might never have expected. For the last few decades Western poets have been exploring the constraint of an ancient Persian form, the ghazal (pronounced like guzzle). And, as might be expected from this kind of cultural appropriation, we have been getting it
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