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Poems and Novels

In Service of Story

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A poem
is a novel
with acres
of space

Many novels say nothing. Some poems say a lot. Most poems say more than the run-of-the-mill entertainment read — no matter how high the pressed-into-service reviewers’ (or fellow writers’) praises. Of course, this is always seen through the eyes of the reader.




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Ulf Wolf

Ulf Wolf

Raised by trolls in northern Sweden, now settled on the California coast a stone’s throw south of the Oregon border. Here I meditate and write.

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