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Well, the poems were interesting for being so different as examples of  
'lyric' (or anti), but I actualy fund the exchange between you & Todd  
on Heaney much more fun.

As someone who both is able to admire some of Heaney's poems, & who  
feels that, as you say, 'Heaney’s current elevated position in poetry  
is unjustified within the context of the of 20th century poetic  
history', I found it an invigorating discussion.

Doug
On 6-Mar-10, at 7:35 AM, Jeffrey Side wrote:

> Todd Swift has kindly done a little write-up of me and included two of
> my poems on his Eyewear blog:
>
> http://toddswift.blogspot.com/2010/03/featured-poet-jeffrey-side.html
>
> Thanks Todd.
>

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