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Cluster index: Lea Graham

OED Poems.

  By LEA GRAHAM. • Widdershins, (n.) counter-clockwise; to do anything backwards. For Catherine Kasper, in memoriam There is the hero who struggles east widdershins to free the dawn… he must struggle alone toward the pyres of Day. —Robert Duncan i. I woke up yesterday thinking “Wonder Twins,” that old cartoon in which the heroes […]

The O.E.D. Odes.

Lea Graham: ‘It’s the irreverent cherubs bored with Jesus, Jesus, Jesus at the bottom of the Sistine Madonna who camp it up. Mary has just blown in from warmer climes.’