David Welch’s gorgeously strange poems two-step between levity and gravity, as he guides the reader on a journey of strange mishaps and the marvelous via a vibrato of imaginative force pulsing with various tonal registries from the deadpan to the mysterious to the absurd. And this journey is one that I would happily repeat, as Welch’s poems invite us to re-read them again and again, and with each reading, a new door opening.
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