God's ear

Posted: 30 Jul 2010

God's ear by Iulian Fruntasu.

The review from the Poetry Quarterly Review, Spring 1999, by Steve Spence.

 

Iulian Fruntasu is among the younger generation of Romanian writers (born 1970) currently being promoted by Slow Dancer Press. His work has a strong surrealist edge which mixes chance effects with theatrical excess and surprising vernacular intrusions: the moon was rolling across the sky, oh (THE POEM OF LOVE) moves on from a traditional celebration of the moon to a celebration of the sexual (not unlinked, of course) by a cinematic shift to your white, round ass brightening / the sky of my eyes, ... to a complete dreamscape encapsulation where your ass was rolling across the sky / the clouds passing across it, slowly / the moon moving from one / edge of the bed to another. These poems are never dull or boring!

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