Love and I, poems by Fanny Howe, about love, the failure of love, and the transformation of love over the years. Howe describes passionate, erotic and emotional love as a dangerous part of her memory: now she knows love as the blood life of her grandchildren. Reading from Love and I, Fanny Howe says that hearing poetry can help one understand it; she might help change the mind of a person not already committed to poetry.
Fanny Howe: Love and I
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