unstanched

unstanched

(ʌnˈstɑːntʃt)
adj
1. unsatisfied
2. uncontrolled; unstopped
3. not made water-tight
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O Nazarene Lean from long sable, slender boughs, Unstanched and luminous.
Bidart's poems characteristically end unstanched, uncauterized: "As the Eye to the Sun," the first poem of his newest collection, Desire, ends with an image of amputation and an unfinished sentence, and the rest of the book, recollected in anything but tranquillity, gathers the blooded outpour of this initial unspecified injury: