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“A Hare at Aldergrove,” by Paul Muldoon

September 22, 2010

This one might never again meet luster with luster in the eye of a dying friend.

“A Hare at Aldergrove” is one of the poems in Paul Muldoon’s book, Plan B (Enitharmon Press, 2009).

The book is a collaboration with photographer Norman McBeith who, writes Muldoon in the intro, “has that rare ability to allow nothing, least of all himself to come between the subject of a photograph and the perceiver. That holds true of a sheep or a statue of Apollo in transit; the medium does not impose a sense of mediation.  There is, rather, an invitation to meditate.”

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