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Where she always was : poems
The owl question : poems
The Owl Question underscores and relishes life's transitions from young girl to woman, from child to wife to mother, and from isolation to connection this poet's bright sense of abundance and awe, here expressed in finely ...
About the dead : poems
Travis Mossotti writes with humor, gravity, and humility about subjects grounded in a world of grit, where the quiet mortality of working folk is weighed. To Mossotti, the love of a bricklayer for his wife is as complex ...
The lame God : poems
Contributor:McLatchey, M. B.
Tender the maker : poems
Hutchin's poems startle us into awareness of the overlooked, the nearly-always invisible, and the marvelous, those aspects of life that come under the rubric of 'mystery,' in all sense of the word. Hutchins combines a ...
Tomorrow's living room : poems
Tomorrow's Living Room offers a pleasantly disorienting verbal territory. The collection is alternately wry and dark, hopeful and bleak, full of unexpected light and laugh-out-loud incongruities. We begin to see that the ...
The lesser fields
The city she was : poems
Contributor:Giménez Smith, Carmen
&luckier : poems
Contributor:Johnson, Christopher J.
In his first collection of poems, &luckier, Christopher J Johnson explores the depths to which we can know our most intimate friends, habits, and--even more so--selves. From a mosaic of coffee cups, dinner engagements, ...
The two standards : poems