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6) This central speaker is surrounded by other ﬁgures from the past, especially photographers, and their concerns begin to overlap. In “Balance,” L. J. M. Daguerre remembers his boyhood attempts at walking a tightrope, the precipitous falls where a verbal exchange of image predicts his later art: I would hang inverted as Yesterday—just over the present, just under the past— with the ﬂagstones at my back a kind of sky, and above me, which was now below, the balcony bottoms. And farther, below, where the late sky offered its fresh earth, the rooﬂines and eaves, all the doves in their darkening chambers.
23) Bowl and lap become indivisible, fused by their shared shape and the repetition of “blossom,” before they fall back to their separate entities— clay and bone. 26 LINDA BIERDS it must have quickened the pulse of the poet who perceived the likeness. Death and life hold the same shape. Over and over, Bierds discovers such congruencies, but the reader does not become lulled into acceptance; instead, each poem brings its own surprise, triggered by images that pay such attention to historical detail that they seem to swim into view like recovered items from the hulls of shipwrecks, reminding us of the speciﬁcity of other times and places.