The OZYMANDIAS EFFECT, poetry by Martina R. Newberry

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A video poem of the poem The Ozymandias Effect from Martina's new book Never Completely Awake.

Here is what Gerald Locklin says about the book. More praise can be found here.

These poems are driven by a passion both sexual and scriptural through configurations of surrender to instinctive logic and imaginative opportunities. Nothing is lost upon her. She treats each moment of each scene as her raison d’etre: Devotion to the project of creative language. The collection or series is endlessly interesting. She is an artist touched by brilliance, and her gifts simply refuse to be denied. I have been blessed in my exposure to her work, as I feel sure, you will be also. Poets, they say, are either born or made. Martina Reisz Newberry is both.

—Gerald Locklin, Poetry Editor: Chiron Review.

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