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    ddddddd I saw Mike Young read at UnnameableBooks in New York this past summer when he explained what sprezzatura was. It was a Thanksgiving dish he once had in an elevator with a family at the airport. I touched the pale stones underneath my chair and felt how natural it was to me (I’m thinking of Stein again, her standing in the gallery in Paris while the angry people try to scratch the paint off Matisse’s Woman with a Hat, of what it means to articulate this word “natural” in relation to living art), the energy of Young’s presence and the real fragility of that story. It would get told again, I realized. The story, it wouldn’t get told again, it would be different. This is the poet afraid of himself / never afraid of himself / as the sentence(ing) continues / to give the story bloodfruitstrangeness. It’s why Mike Young has always struck me as utterly brave / a poet, who like Frank Stanford, throws knives at the ceiling fan and calls it sweat / the mosquito throats of the trees. Driving home from the woods in Florida in the middle of winter, I think about this book, / the bud set / on fire, / or is it music / drifting? Driving home from the woods in Florida in the middle of winter, I am thinking about this book when I see a young woman behind a young man on a scooter. How the young woman explains it to me, / I can only describe as sprezzatura. Was it that spectacular or was it just the light / my own weirdness / salted and peaking? As we all move or stream, / she gestures, first, at the privately owned prison outside of town surrounded by barbwire and longhorn cattle. Second, she raises her hands and sort of waves / flaps / gives in to abandon / energy / a kind of fucked sun glistening off her. I don’t know what she’s feeling. / It doesn’t matter. / It travels. On and on.

    What is it to define, variously: A Review of Mike Young’s Sprezzatura was last modified: February 10th, 2015 by Carrie Lorig
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