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Free read The Shifting Line 106 ´ The Shifting Line by Chelsea Rathburn the 2005 Richard Wilbur Award recipient is a remarkably wise and skillful debut As Catherine Tufariello writes The poems in The Shifting Line compel us by their fascination with the precariously shifting boundary between love and aversion belief and doubt domesticity and danger In sonnetsUotidian surfaces to navigate ambiguous borders Many of the poems in The Shifting Line explore love's gray areas how easily a touch becomes abrasive and how the atmosphere of even a peaceful home can be charged by 'currents we can feel but can't repair' The Shifting Line is a compelling collection from a young poet with a nuanced eye and ear and a facility with form rare among her contemporari.

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The Shifting Line by Chelsea Rathburn the 2005 Richard Wilbur Award recipient is a remarkably wise and skillful debut As Catherine Tufariello writes The poems in The Shifting Line compel us by their fascination with the precariously shifting boundary between love and aversion belief and doubt domesticity and danger In sonnets ballads blank verse and nonce forms Rathburn expresses our hopes desire.

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The Shifting LineS and fears building as Miller Williams notes extraordinary poems out of ordinary language Such skill is readily apparent in poems such as Singing the Children to Sleep where the phantoms and recesses in a child’s bedroom are less fearful than the terrors we’re afraid to name April Lindner notes the metaphorical resonance of the book’s title in Rathburn’s ability to chart the depths below.