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  • By C. E. Laine
    Oct 15, 2009
    "An Insightful Body of Work" Poet, Editor and Author Michael Paul Ladanyi says... "This is an insightful body of work, filled with humanistic soundings that represent our days, past and present. These poems are crafted and well written, their attention to meter and rhythm wonderful, strung beautifully across all the acoustic instruments that contain reminders of life and all its complex realities. We see Levin's subject, as well as himself, naked and human...painstakingly well wrought, bringing the reader directly into the room. Levin is honest with the reader. We are given adeptly crafted glimpses into the lives and sounds of humanity, such as a 'gulp of lemonade from the cold aluminum cup,' (Shore Ode), '...smashed fenders and a headlight that looked agoggle like a wandering eye...' (Chauffer), and 'torn apart like an old god to propitiate the life that sails above the cellar floor and weeps, broken-hearted, for the safety of the open air,' (Bird in the Basement.)... More > These are poems that force us to value ourselves, our lives, and our very humanity."< Less
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October 25, 2005
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
0.22 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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