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Poems disheveled in meaning but neat in form offer particular temptations to belief or doubt. As such, poems can be exempla of an interminable tension between hope built on faith and fear built on mistrust. Bourbon discusses his idea of remittance of mistrust, a way of concentrating one's involvement with poetry, as opposed to one's idea of poetry.
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