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For this session we close-read the poem “All Hallows’ Eve” by Dorothea Tanning, posted below.
Our prompt for this session was: “Minds unraveling.”
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“All Hallows’ Eve” by Dorothea Tanning Be perfect, make it otherwise. Yesterday is torn in shreds. Lightning’s thousand sulfur eyes Rip apart the breathing beds. Hear bones crack and pulverize. Doom creeps in on rubber treads. Countless overwrought housewives, Minds unraveling like threads, Try lipstick shades to tranquilize Fears of age and general dreads. Sit tight, be perfect, swat the spies, Don’t take faucets for fountainheads. Drink tasty antidotes. Otherwise You and the werewolf: newlyweds.