A Tanka About So-Called Clichéd Imagery - Poem by Chenou Liu
A ship perched
atop forest branches...
the face of the Muse
in clichéd imagery
Note: The opening lines refer to the iconic image in Werner Herzog's one of most acclaimed films, Fitzcarraldo.
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