The Arkansas International "Tremulous with star-pulsed stanzas as patiently alchemical as they are spontaneously acrobatic. Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. Will re-listen at some point or buy a print copy! Diorama-makers, past and present, hear me now: sometimes you don’t need a shoebox to build a small new world.
They are fond of couplets tethered in length that contain sentences tumbling along so that it would be easier to draw the silhouette of the poem than to select just a few lines to quote.
THE family of a couple who died together in a motorbike accident have posted a selfie the pair took 20 minutes before tragedy struck. was fear all along. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Our payment security system encrypts your information during transmission.
Aimee Nezhukumatathil, “Give me more time// and I’m sure I could make this funny,” Lewis states in this vibrant debut collection, an exquisite feast of the brutal and the irreverent presented by a modern voice. And later, in the same existential conversation, this revelation: In school, I liked making dioramas because they were a place where I could put my feelings on display. .' So I go out where winter is and roll around in the snow until a sharp rock meets the vulnerable plush of my belly.
"Must-Read Poetry: October 2019" by Nick Ripatrazone, The Millions “This book of Paige Lewis’ poems plumbs emotions out of me that I did not know I could feel.” Jonny Sun, Bookshop "That wonder remains inextricable from the body of poetry is one of the more merciful facets of our culture. As in calculus, we find a strong penchant for infinitesimals on Paige’s pages. A splash arcs across the box, splattering onto a peasant blouse or a plain white tee. At The Rumpus, we know how easy it is to find pop culture on the Internet, so we’re here to give you something more challenging, to show you how beautiful things are when you step off the beaten path.
. Juggling the ups and downs of the animal world with the ups and downs of humanity, it is a book to take on a walk, to hold near a garden, to have nearby as you approach the blank page."
Megan Neville, #TeachingLivingPoets "If you are holding this book, know that you are holding a work of wild and tender imagination. I’ve started encouraging my students to write reviews, too—grads and undergrads alike—as a new way of approaching, appreciating, or simply getting to know a text better.
Every poem contains a handful of the matter that makes the universetiny slices of wonder. This scene is bigger, more elaborate, than the first. Impactful at most and I love it. the vice president of panic, and the president is some of these poems actually made me gasp aloud. There are some poems in this work I really loved, but a lot of it felt super abstract in a way that I didn't totally click with. Who is saving whom?
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And what makes the giving so tender is in the book’s patience with the reader, its relationship to seeing and being seen, its imagination in what can be done with language and of what can be given.