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  • By ken ingham
    Oct 15, 2009
    "Enjambing on Jamieson, A Review in Verse " Bread is a common symbol of sustenance It satisfies better than cheese or meat On this book's cover, a broken loaf, bare hands An image that seems to say “here, take eat” This is a body of work, a collection Of memories of people, place and time Feelings freed by enjambing reflections Into tight meter and unslanted rhyme After fifty pages I yearned to know Who're L.S.J. and G.M.P. et al.? So I mulled and culled the multi-grained dough 'Til I came to know some of them quite well My favorite poem was one from boyhood Hopping and stopping a departing train The ones about nature were also good Pileated woodpeckers, acid rain That dying dog whose "brown eyes lost their clown" And the coda for readers and writers Hints for getting our intimations down On paper arranged in ways that delight us Some might enjoy (more than I) those poems based On fringe physics if not science fiction Or Sumerian texts as paraphrased In Earth... More > Chronicles by Zecharia Sitchen Ancient god-astronauts from outer space? I'd rather read Christopher Hitchens Appended find explanatory notes Ten questions about our roots on this globe And expert advice for fellow poets About how to unleash the dextral lobe< Less
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Product Details

ISBN
9781430317340
Publisher
Leland Jamieson
Published
July 19, 2007
Language
English
Pages
144
Binding
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
Weight
0.59 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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