Poetry

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My Father and Miro and Other Poems

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Claudia T. Reder

Pub Date:1/1/2002
Publisher: Bright Hill Press
Product Number:1892471078
ISBN: 978-1-892-47107-9
SKU #: B01E
Binding:PAPERBACK
Weight 0 lbs.5 oz.
Quantity Available: 44

$12.00
Need-Fire

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Becky Gould Gibson

4/1/2007
9781892471420
978-1-892-47142-0
B17B
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80
0 lbs.7 oz.
51
$14.00
Orenoque, Wetumka, & Other Poems

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Robert Bensen

10/15/2012
9781892471703
978-1-892-47170-3
F09D
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86
0 lbs.6 oz.
36
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Outside Come In

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Ryan J Browne

4/25/2012
9781892471680
978-1-892-47168-0
C08F
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80
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34
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Raven’s Paradise

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Red Hawk

4/25/2010
9781892471628
978-1-892-47162-8
I14C
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120
0 lbs.4 oz.
10
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Reading Sunday

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By Terry Savoie

Published 3/31/2018

Poetry. READING SUNDAY, a selection of poems written between 1980 and 2015 by Terry Savoie, contains material first published in journals such as American Poetry Review, North American Review and The Iowa Review that centers on life in rural Midwest Iowa and Wisconsin.

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Strange Gravity

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Lisa Rhoades

Pub Date:1/1/2004
Publisher: Bright Hill Press
Product Number:1892471248
ISBN: 978-1-892-47124-6
SKU #: H01G
Binding:PAPERBACK
Pages:72
Weight 0 lbs.5 oz.
Quantity Available: 22

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The Aerialist

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Victoria Hallerman

1/1/2005
1892471280
978-1-892-47128-4
H06B
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36
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The Artist as Alice- Portrait of A Photographers Life

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Darcy Cummings

6/1/2006
189247137X
978-1-892-47137-6
E15D
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80
0 lbs.8 oz.
7
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The Fates

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By Joanne Clarkson

Published 6/20/2017

Poetry. “Joanne Clarkson’s THE FATES is a relentlessly engaging collection; you’ll be hooked from the start. ‘Anything can be spun: mare’s tail, thistle, / free will. My task is dust / and the sticky milk of love,’ she writes, assuming the guise of one of her three presiding goddesses. Like them, she spins, measures, and cuts—birth, life, and death—with language as her vital thread. Whether exploring her personal history or the stories of widows coping with grief, at almost every turn Clarkson draws from her broad experience as a hospice nurse. These poems display a deep compassion; their wisdom has been earned; and always they guide us toward finding ways ‘to beat back blues / and yellows, every bruise, and just release / into the terrible need to live.'” —Richard Foerster

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