Philosopher and father
From the December, 2017 issue
Early on in Gregory Pardlo's Digest, his Pulitzer Prize-winning collection of poems, he writes an atypically short sentence, "I do love / Brooklyn so." Even that short phrase is stylized--in that "so" at the end. In another poem with more precise and detailed observation, the structure is more typically complex:
It is nearly July in Brooklyn and
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