'An arctic undoing of us'

More and more, poets, like everyone else, are confronted with the news and physical evidence of change in our weather patterns and landscapes, and we find ourselves trying to find language for this unsettling sense that the world is changing rapidly. Khadijah Queen, in her poem 'Undoing', has a haunting sense while driving through a snowstorm, that somehow our machines and our voracious appetite f...

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