Paging Dr. Dreams and Teardrops. Sandy Wilson. The Burning Bush Redux. Changing Moods. Jon M.
Dark Dreams. Christina Sng. Pierce Minor. Astral Lips. Andrew King. Love Sucks. Tracy L. Maria Mare. Thoughts From A Wandering Mind. Lost Christmas. Marina Rojas. Better Not Blink. Lydia Caros. Wicked Naked. James M. Poems from the Edge of Spring.
Elise Skidmore. Day to Day Living. The Story You Tell Yourself. Heather Kirn Lanier. Pieces of a Broken Soul. Jennifer Dante. Verses of Love. Writer Words.
New Life, New Day. Ashlee Craft. A tale of tales 2. Sabry Amin. I Am Love. Simone Frank. Attempting to Define: Mourning. Thoughts Turned Into Words. Margaret Parks.
Love for Poems. Neeti Tibrewala. Precious Moments We Shared in Time. Cynthia Weathers. American Classics. Frank William Ligety. Do You Realize? Then there are the rapt, anguished poems about all-too-corporeal experiences in What the Living Do , which struggles to reckon with a beloved brother's death from AIDS as well as a rough-and-tumble childhood. Howe finds the flash point of illumination in the chaos of grief and murky memory.
This book has become a classic text in coping with life, love and loss. How do we save each other, or how do we watch helplessly? How can we live with our memories or with losing them, or each other? Howe is the rare poet who offers answers to these questions.
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This third book unites and develops all the strength and beauty of the previous two. The earthbound qualities of Living also find new form here: political, indeed global concerns are posited with signature clarity, expressing, through simple observation and empathy, the hope for more humane systems. A cycle of heartbreaking poems about motherhood, called Life of Mary, looks back on the speaker's own dead mother, while other poems look straight into the moment, joyfully, reverently and always with a pause for reflection and amazement, with her daughter.
The Kingdom of Ordinary Time by Marie Howe
Howe is a careful and soulful alchemist. She makes metaphor matter and material metaphysical. She becomes magic with her transforming perspective that is part mother, part muscle, part music, part mind.
This book has the amazing thing that Howe always seems to pull off: the miracle. I saw it. She is poetry editor of Tin House magazine. All rights reserved. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Learn more about Amazon Prime. Hurrying through errands, attending a dying mother, helping her own child down the playground slide, the speaker in these poems wonders: what is the difference between the self and the soul?
The secular and the sacred?
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