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Usher B.H. Fairchild

Usher

B.H. Fairchild

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From Manhattan to the rural Midwest—one of our most distinguished poets offers a verbal cinema of America.Employing dramatic monologues, among other forms, Usher embraces a range of subject matter and modes, from the elegiac to the comic. At itsMoreFrom Manhattan to the rural Midwest—one of our most distinguished poets offers a verbal cinema of America.Employing dramatic monologues, among other forms, Usher embraces a range of subject matter and modes, from the elegiac to the comic. At its heart, however, is the long poem “Trilogy,” consisting of three interrelated dramatic monologues spoken by a circus performer, a theological student and part-time usher, and Hart Crane.from “Desire”Desire is endless.Singing to the moon,you think it will sinksoftly into your arms.After a hot spasm of love,you think, that was good,but it could have been better.