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Three Poems

Author : Hannah Sullivan
ISBN : 9780374722050
Genre : Poetry
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Three Poems, Hannah Sullivan’s debut collection, which won the 2018 T. S. Eliot Prize, reinvents the long poem for a digital age. “You, Very Young in New York” paints the portrait of a great American city, paying close attention to grand designs as well as local details, and coalescing in a wry and tender study of romantic possibility, disappointment, and the obduracy of innocence. “Repeat Until Time” shifts the scene to California and combines a poetic essay on the nature of repetition with an enquiry into pattern-making of a personal as well as a philosophical kind. “The Sandpit After Rain” explores the birth of a child and death of a father with exacting clarity.
Category: Poetry

Three Poems

Author : Saint Gregory of Nazianzus
ISBN : 9780813211756
Genre : Religion
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Category: Religion

Three Poems

Author : Mark Hartenbach
ISBN : 1589985508
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Three Poems

Author : C.J. Cala
ISBN : 9781515179160
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Three Poems contains the following works: Lord Crumble’s Castle, King Weary’s Wall, and Wraith Tire’s Tomb. These works were originally published by C.J. Cala under the pseudonym Alec Jaysee. C.J. Cala is the author of numerous “schizonautic” texts that are centered on exploring the relativity of holistic reality.
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Three Poems

Author : Percival Stockdale
ISBN : OXFORD:N11689964
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Thirty Three Poems

Author : William T. Sexton IV
ISBN : 9781426953606
Genre : Poetry
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The verses in Thirty-Three Poems, author William Sextons first collection, address a wide variety of topics from the heart of his own emotions. He examines his own feelings and anxieties about high school and explores thoughts on the earth and the environment. The verses detail his high school experiences for better or worse and illustrate the hopelessness that he felt because of the carelessness of people who mistreat the earth and her resources. Other verses were inspired by the times when he felt most deeply connected to his emotional center; these served as important emotional outlets and convey the deeply felt reactions of Sexton to the world at large. Biting Time Anger and frustration They eat at me like bugs Thousands of them Swarming me And knowing at my lungs I want to tear them into bits And kick the mangled husk Now my time is running short And rushing me to dusk I wish that clock would melt in fear And ever after shed its tears I want the time to drink its blood To slowly my racing heart Thud Thud Thud If only that which time would spare Was just enough to wash my hair
Category: Poetry

Three Poems Op 20

Author : Edward MacDowell
ISBN : 1457491362
Genre : Music
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MacDowell's bold Opus 20 character pieces are expressive and Romantic in style. Precise editing by Maurice Hinson enables the performers to bring out the interpretive subtlety of each selection. Titles: * Night by the Sea * A Tale from Knightly Times * Ballade
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Three Poems

Author : John Ashbery
ISBN : 9781480459175
Genre : Poetry
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A provocative, challenging masterpiece by John Ashbery that set a new standard for the modern prose poem “The pathos and liveliness of ordinary human communication is poetry to me,” John Ashbery has said of this controversial work, a collection of three long prose poems originally published in 1972, adding, “Three Poems tries to stay close to the way we talk and think without expecting what we say to be recorded or remembered.” The effect of these prose poems is at once deeply familiar and startlingly new, something like encountering a collage made of lines clipped from every page of a beloved book—or, as Ashbery has also said of this work, like flipping through television channels and hearing an unwritten, unscriptable story told through unexpected combinations of voices, settings, and scenes. In Three Poems, Ashbery reframes prose poetry as an experience that invites the reader in through an infinite multitude of doorways, and reveals a common language made uncommonly real.
Category: Poetry