You know, I’ve often said that every poem solves something for me in life. I go so far as to say that every poem is a momentary stay against the confusion of the world. But, of course, any psychiatrist will tell you that so is making a basket or making a horseshoe. Giving anything form gives you a confidence in the universe, that it has form.Robert Frost, A Lover’s Quarrel With the World (1963 documentary film)
More about the bowl underway in the photos in the next post. . . .