On The Way To Canterbury - For Agnes Martin
Poem by Warren Falcon
On the way to Canterbury.
What is late August doing with the light
from Agnes Martin to this Cathedral bound
Who let the dogs in?
Still, many questions
medieval and otherwise.
Agnes thinks in squares. Or not.
Layered resolutions vague the plot.
Poet's Notes about The Poem
Was in London to view the Agnes Martin retrospective at the Tate Modern.
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