Download e-book for iPad: Casual Myth by Daniel Casey

By Daniel Casey

The poetry of Daniel Casey's informal fable is embedded in all too fast forgotten moments or fleeting encounters. Nuanced banality, usual confusion, and dry humor permeate this chapbook because the poems play with the belief of shared event and subjective lyricism.

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New PDF release: Denn die Sehnsucht ist schon Licht (German Edition)

By Amay Franck,Bianca Blessing

Wann wird aus der inneren Unruhe, die empfindsame Menschen antreibt, eine Such nach Lebenssinn? Wann wird diese zur Sehnsucht nach Glauben und schließlich zur Suche nach Gott? Zwölf Gedichte von Amay Franck kreisen um diese Fragen und ihre möglichen Antworten. Sie werden begleitet von modernen und klassischen Prosatexten, die ihre Themen aufgreifen und assoziativ widerspiegeln.

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Time is a Toy: The Selected Poems of Michael Benedikt - download pdf or read online

By Michael Benedikt,John Gallaher,Laura Boss

Michael Benedikt (1935–2007), who has been sometimes grouped with the recent York institution poets, in addition to James Tate and Russell Edson, released 5 books of poetry in his lifetime, and edited a number of anthologies, together with the influential The Prose Poem (1976) and The Poetry of Surrealism (1974). This assortment brings jointly for the 1st time paintings from all 5 of these lengthy out-of-print volumes—along with paintings from his 5 unpublished manuscripts, which have been approximately destroyed after his dying. eventually, this as soon as broadly released and influential voice is again in print, and a fuller figuring out of the advance of yank surrealism and the prose poem within the Sixties and Seventies is feasible. additionally, the extra expansive paintings that he all started in 1980, which investigated the road among the lyric and prose narrative, is eventually getting the ebook presentation it merits. A lifelong New Yorker, Benedikt was once at numerous occasions an affiliate editor with artwork information and paintings foreign, dealing with editor of Locus Solus, and poetry editor of the Paris overview. Benedikt additionally taught at associations equivalent to Sarah Lawrence, Bennington, Vassar, and Boston University.

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New PDF release: Spoken Soul

By Angela Wilson

The ebook Spoke Soul communicate individually on lifestyles itself. Spoke soul is the simplest but. It speaks on political elements of in addition to non secular. It talks approximately daily happenings. Spoken Souls speaks on to ones middle and make you think that. It’s a ebook you and your loved ones will take pleasure in via out the years yet to come andit will fill your middle with pleasure, Make you cry and makeyou snort. Spoken soul is a e-book of poetry that would encourage you in each point in existence even if you’re dealing with tough instances or maybe if occasions are strong spoken soul will make you're feeling solid and may contact your soul, that’s why it’s referred to as spoken soul since it speaks to ones Soul and produce out the simplest in ones center and mind.

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Read e-book online Xethea Poetry -2009 (color print) PDF

By Jonathan Massey

this can be a a part of a chain known as "Xethea's Poetry." The author's actual identify is Xethea, and because he was once 14, he has written poetry of all kinds of items he went via in lifestyles. this is often the 4th yr of his poetry, concerning tricky occasions, unhappiness, anger, love,etc.

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Todd Davis's In the Kingdom of the Ditch PDF

By Todd Davis

In poetry that's without delay obtainable and finely crafted, Todd Davis maps the mysterious arc among beginning and dying, celebrating the sweetness and ache of our diversified entrances and exits, whereas taking his readers into the deep forests and waterways of the northeastern usa. With an acute sensibility for language in contrast to the other operating poet, Davis captures the smallest nuances within the flora, bushes, and animals he encounters via an everyday existence spent within the box. Davis attracts upon tales and myths from Christian, Transcendental, and Buddhist traditions to discover the intricacies of the religious and actual global we too usually forget. In celebrating the ample lifestyles he unearths in a ditch—replete with Queen Anne’s lace and milkweed, raspberries and blackberries, goldenrod and daisies—Davis means that existence is constantly remodeled, resurrected by means of what grows out of the fecundity of our demise our bodies. In his fourth assortment the poet, praised by way of The Bloomsbury assessment, Arts & Letters, and so on, offers not just a taxonomy of the natural world of his local Pennsylvania but in addition a brand new means of conversing in regards to the sacred stroll we make with these we like towards the final word secret of death.

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