Hull, Lynda 1994

Wednesday, February 9, 1994
with John Dickson

Close my eyes and I’m a vessel. Make it
some lucent amphora, Venetian blue, lip circled
in faded gold. Can you see the whorls of breath,
imperfections, the navel where it was blown
from the maker’s pipe, can you see it drawn…

– Lynda Hull, “Rivers into Seas”

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