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War of the Foxes has ratings and reviews. to Crush, Yale Series of Younger Poets prize-winner Richard Siken turns toward the problems of making. War of the Foxes by Richard Siken, published by Copper Canyon Press, a nonprofit publisher dedicated to poetry. The paint doesn't move the way the light reflects, so what's there to be faithful to? I am faithful to you, darling. I say it to the paint—. War of the Foxes, Copper.
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Its roots in the ground and its branches in the air, a tree is pulled in two directions.
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The wife has a dead hand. She is living and her dead hand feeds her pills that don't work.
The boy sleeps on the roof or falls out of trees. The wife looks out the window and thinks Not this.
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A man found his life to be empty. He began to study Latin. Latin was difficult for the man to understand. I will study Latin, richard siken war of the foxes though it is difficult, said the man. Yes, even if it is difficult. A man had a dream about a woman and then he met her.
The former lover was sad, he wanted to fight. The man said to the woman I will have to comfort your former lover or I will always be fighting him in my dreams. Yes, said the woman.
You will need to comfort him, or we will never be finished with this. That is my country and this is your country and the line in the sand is the threshold between them, said the dead brother. You cannot have an opponent if you keep saying yes.
This is the wrong story. All stories are the wrong story when you are impatient.
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A man says to another man Can I tell you something? The other man says No. A man says to another man There is something I have to tell you. No, says the other man.
Paint a field, trees and birds, a lone man within the richard siken war of the foxes whose presence will call forth soldiers in another landscape; paint a still life, a vanitas with the usual fruit rot or the skulls; paint a man; paint yourself.
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Spare no color, though red is a constant. You will learn of the quiet and terrible divorce between the paint and the light. If you pare things down enough, you might get at some inner truth not even the model is aware of, which might be terrifying to them, and you might have to let it go.
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Gone is the savage sexuality of Crush, and in its place we find a painter alone in his studio; in fact, the few references to lovers in this collection describe them richard siken war of the foxes in the next room, as if these poems were written in the quiet hours after Crush. In this way, the relationship between a painter and a landscape is similar to the relationship between men and nature: But simply painting landscapes is not enough for Siken — he must introduce a figure, a man.