As I have noted, Mackey's first volume of poetry was titled Eroding
Witness, and the figure of erosion remains a fitting description of the mode of these works: Syntax shifts and erodes under the reading eye, reference erodes, and ultimately the fundamental fictions of our reading poetry - the singular poetic voice and the direct address - erode and disappear.
Scientists studied more than 650 miles of the New England and Mid-Atlantic coasts and found the average rate of coastal change - taking into account beaches that are both eroding
and prograding-was negative 1.
It would have to be done piecemeal, through "an end run around national sovereignty, eroding
it piece by piece.
shoreline is eroding
, or wearing away, as hurricanes, winter storms, rising ocean levels, and building development pound away at the coast.
Moss has been dismantling and restructuring a series of warehouses in La's Culver City with geometric aplomb, eroding
tenebrous corners to allow light to shaft in and popping new volumes through the skin of the old to hergid a contemporary presence.
This "Great Experiment," according to Lindsey, throttled inflation, restored an eroding
tax base, increased business investment, barely affected the federal deficit, and led to the current economic boom.
IT and Business Leaders Disagree on Top Attributes for Building and Eroding
It also finds that - contrary to previous scholarship - rivers are as powerful as glaciers at eroding
Though most pennies will pass through a child safely, O'Hara has since encountered a second eroding