"Beneath a poem's surface lie veins of meaning that invite you to unearth them. This poem's surface also hides many buried words, which beckon to you. Chip away the verbal crust a piece at a time by clicking on the colored text to reveal what lies beneath it. Each of the two different colors leads to a different substratum. The poetry is not just in the layers themselves but also in the journey downward." -- Robert Kendall
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The Robert Kendall Collection
An unpublished copy.
This copy was given by Robert Kendall to the Electronic Literature Lab in Fall of 2018.