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Hubbub and Fiddle By Thomas DeFreitas
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HUBBUB AND FIDDLE contains eight sonnets, 13 ghazals, four villanelles, and two sestinas. Among them, you will find poems in praise of nature, God, Boston and its quieter suburbs, good books, cool... More > weather, conviviality, and many other things--there are poems both serious and comic, with a definite bias toward the lighthearted! HUBBUB AND FIDDLE takes its title from the beautiful poem "Prologue" by Dylan Thomas.< Less
Primavera By Thomas DeFreitas
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PRIMAVERA is the fifth book of verse by Thomas DeFreitas, the first since the publication of UNDER ALL SILENCES, his collected poems up to 2013. Throughout the pages of PRIMAVERA, we see DeFreitas's... More > special brand of exuberance: his rapturous greetings to each new season, his novel depictions of the contemporary scene, and his loving chronicles of life in Massachusetts. There are elegies. There are satires. There are even a few poems in praise of coffee!< Less
The Crystal Tambourine By Thomas DeFreitas
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THE CRYSTAL TAMBOURINE covers a period of twenty-seven years, and displays a variety of forms and styles. In this selection, Thomas DeFreitas pays tribute to many influential poetic ancestors:... More > Dante, Campion, Herbert, Tennyson, Dickinson, Mallarmé, Stevens, Cummings, Merton, Ashbery, Heaney. We see in these poems a range of human moods: from the sober to the exuberant, from the meditative to the celebratory, from the irreverent to the awestruck.< Less
Under All Silences By Thomas DeFreitas
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UNDER ALL SILENCES contains 87 of the poems found in Thomas DeFreitas's previous three books (Hubbub and Fiddle, The Crystal Tambourine, The Stopped Clock). This collection shows a young poet's... More > experimentalism and a maturing poet's versatility within formal constraints. UNDER ALL SILENCES takes its title from a love sonnet by Edward Estlin Cummings.< Less