2 thoughts on “Esurience”

  1. Oh, oh… Kaiter, how I adore this.
    I know I’m of peculiar whims, but I become effulgent when I read your poems, they are terribly vehement, commanding, even, which precisely clashes with the silken smoothness of most modern poetics. You have a subtle cognition for these constructions, and they suit you very well.

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