8 edition of New & selected poems found in the catalog.
|Other titles||New and selected poems.|
|LC Classifications||PS3552.E7 N4 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||219 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||219|
|ISBN 10||155659044X, 1556590431|
|LC Control Number||91072065|
Then a house disappeared, and a man in his yard With all his flowers in a row. You must have hated me for that. Even this late the bones of the body shine and tomorrow's dust flares into breath. Night after night you would say that he was like me.
The volume includes more of his furiously inventive early work and pages of poetry drawn from the five collections published since Learning Humanhis previous selected collection. You have the impulse to close the book which described my resistance: how when I lean back I imagine my life without you, imagine moving into another life, another book. And what I say unto you I say unto all, Watch! Carol Ann Duffy's curiosity takes her across continents, and into the minds of psychopaths, babies, queens and giggling schoolgirls with equal relish.
I go into the living room and you are there. They dress you in fine clothes. The collection ends with "A Walk with Tom Jefferson". The poems are gone.
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Sims, author of Taste of Change More Lynda Lambert covers a wide terrain of subjects and topics in this new book, from lights to legends to seasons, treating us to images and metaphors about plants, people and weather.
Again he will stand outside and imagine her eyes opening in the dark and see her rise to the window and peer down. Because there is silence instead of a name.
They became silent and did not know how to begin the dialogue which was necessary. My least favorites are the Barcelona based ones but I had the sense that this was my lack, not Levine's. Belfast-born and resident in Kinsale for years, he is a poet of the fringes: here are day trips to Donegal, the famous shed in Wexford, the garage in Co Cork, west Kerry, Bangor and Timoleague.
And Halifax where the harbor would wash its hands of you has given it back. The world is green. Mexico City where you wanted to leave it has given it back. I lean back and begin to write about the book. This collection, with its wide range of voices, is a unique achievement. You can walk believing you cast a light around you.
They knead your thighs. Locking their doors, people from offices huddle together, telling the same story over and over. It is late. Then out of nowhere late one night you reappeared, a huge vegetable moon, a bruise coated with light.
It is winter and the new year. I sit by a window that looks on the soot-stained brick of buildings and do not care that I see no living thing —not a bird, not a branch in bloom, not a soul moving in the rooms behind the dark panes.
It offers a wonderful feast for the eyes and the mind. Even when you forgot your shadow, you found it again; it had been with you. I always thought I told the truth. A cold we never knew invades our bones. From time to time, he raises his head, straining to glimpse something of the landscape rushing by beyond the dark window, only to catch sight of his ghostly reflection in the glass.
Your shadow said nothing.
I moved my mouth but words did not come. Another filled his glass And that was it for crowds at evening Under sulfur-yellow streetlamps coming on.
And that was the second great poem, Which no one recalls anymore. This was years ago, and though I have forgotten where we went and who we all were, I still recall that moment of looking up and seeing the woman stare past me into a place I could only imagine, and each time it is with a pang, as if just then I were stepping from the depths of the mirror into that white room, breathless and eager, only to discover too late that she is not there.
I am tired and I want to lie down. But nothing could stop you. I say yes to everything. Buried in the darkness of your pockets, your hands are motionless.Jeffrey Thomson is a poet, memoirist, translator, and editor, and is the author of multiple books including the memoir fragile, The Belfast Notebooks, The Complete Poems of Catullus, and the edited collection From the atlasbowling.com James Books will publish Half/Life: New & Selected Poems in October He has been an NEA Fellow, the Fulbright Distinguished Scholar in Creative Writing at the Brand: Alice James Books.
Oct 29, · New Selected Poems & Translations Poetry by Ezra Pound Edited by Richard Sieburth This newly revised and greatly expanded edition of Ezra Pound’s Selected Poems is intended to articulate Pound for the twenty-first century. Gone are many of the “stale creampuffs” (as Pound called them) of the edition.
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Sep 01, · George Oppen’s Selected Poems offers a selection of Oppen’s poetry from all his books published during his lifetime. Hailed by Ezra Pound as “a serious craftsman,” long overlooked by the establishment, and now revered as one of America’s most important poets, George Oppen has left a remarkable window into a world of lasting light and clarity.
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