This item is used to create a written image based on fleeting moments.
This item first appears as an object and a place in the first chapter.
This item appears in the first poem and is the name of a city as well as an abstract concept.
This item appears in "The Blindman's Song" and in other poems, where it is compared to another of its kind.
This item is used to describe how an unnamed figure has the main character of the poem.
This entity is intangible but a vital essence of living.
This is a living being that is powerful and restless, but captive.
This is a large and graceful herd animal.
This item is used in conjunction with a woman at the focal point of "Going Blind."
This item is an instrument used in...
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