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One Poem by Susana H. Case • Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built + Natural Environments
Frank Lloyd Wright, Copper Urn He focuses on a favorite—repoussé— places the urns in the Dana house, Coonley house, Unity Temple, his own house. In a dining room, two on opposite sides like repeating copper spittoons, separated siblings spurning connection. Urn with dried branches, flowers, weeds. This is before he secedes from Kitty, takes …