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Transom:
In “Whispering” we get a picture of a world – nature, domestic spaces, relationships – all broken. In this fallen world, what is still ringing?

Worozbyt:
The ringing continues, with it its saming, insisting tone. What changes are similar whispers.

Transom:
“Murmurings” is full of digressions, encouraging us to look away from the immediate force of disaster. These two modes make us wonder about the last line: What is the speaker “not well prepared to continue”? Looking at disaster, or looking away?

Worozbyt:
“This” leads to is this, whatever this is. What is not a way looking at disaster.