from The Fogg Poems: To Mark Rothko of Untitled (Blue, Green), 1969

Issue #54
Spring 1991
Oil on paper mounted on linen Never this scratched world, its human brows like dry point, your harmonies are liquid glycerin, soothing, the lingering bath. Who knew better than you, Mark Rothko: color has not root nor core. Into each...

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