Recently got Paul Muldoon Poems 1968-1998 as a gift. Can't read anything else (except trash that doesn't occupy one's mind) with any degree of concentration. I've read his book length Madoc: A Mystery three times and now feel like a kite that's caught on a branch but is impatient for the sky.
Not posting a whole poem here but urge you to read 'Sillyhow Stride' or visit his site.
In the meanwhile, I can't help wondering if Ranjit Hoskote's poem, 'The Randomiser's Survival Guide'* has met Muldoon's 'Symposium' and said hello.
In other news, I'm in mental hibernation, doing the minimum necessary for survival. If you ask me, even that's too much. I'm trying not to allude to things I've promised to do but haven't got around to. This includes posts, off-blog mails etc. Soon. That's all I can say.
*Can't find the poem online. Look out for it when the book's out - whenever that is.