Flash Review: Barn Burned, Then by Michelle Taransky

Barn Burned, ThenBarn Burned, Then by Michelle Taransky

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I continue in awe of the way Taransky can break a line. The poems are as worked as work can be, but broken thank goodness, broken like champs. Can’t imagine the lines any differently. But I don’t really think the crux of this stuff is its brokenness. It’s about hearing the said saying. I like that. I don’t know why it took me so long to read this!

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