By Stanley Moss
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Named after the outside situation within which no item casts a shadow, the horizon can't be noticeable, and simply darkish items are discernible, this selection of poems explores how unintended voyeurism can strength reconsideration and reconciliation. The featured items delve into the idea that of day-by-day life’s heavy climate, illustrating the way it establishes degree and the way the predatory nature of the unintended conjures unforeseen issues.
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In her 7th quantity of poetry, Adrienne wealthy searches to reclaim—to discover—what has been forgotten, misplaced, or unexplored. "I got here to discover the destroy. / The phrases are reasons. / The phrases are maps. / I got here to work out the wear and tear that was once performed / and the treasures that be triumphant. " those provocative poems movement with the ability of Rich's particular voice.
A variety of invoice Knott’s lifestyles work—testimony of his enduring, “thorny genius” (Robert Pinsky)Going to sleep, I move my arms on my chest. they are going to position my palms like this. it is going to glance as if i'm flying into myself. For part a century, invoice Knott’s awesome, vaudevillian verse electrified the poetic shape.
- Partly: New and Selected Poems, 2001–2015 (Wesleyan Poetry Series)
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- Bullied: Collected Poems Volume Three
- Phases (Poiema Poetry Series Book 22)
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