degrammar


This form plays with different grammars. Now good poetry, as I’m sure you know, doesn’t always take much notice of formal grammar anyway, but usually the grammar abuse is a consequence of making the poem work. “Degrammar” is written by consciously borrowing alternative grammars. Here, these poems loosely borrow from German, producting systems from computer programming, and nowhere in particular.


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