By Jack Ridl
the various poems take solace in nature-quiet deer open air within the woods, deep snow, a thrush's empty nest within the eaves-as good as man-made issues within the world-a steamer trunk, glass jars, tea cups, and books piled excessive close to a simple chair. but Ridl avoids changing into nostalgic or romantic in his atmosphere, and exhibits that there's not anything effortless in his social gathering of themes like "The Letters," "But He enjoyed His Dog," "A Christmas checklist for Santa," and "The huge, immense secret of Couples." An interlude of full-color pages divides Ridl's extra own poems d experiential in lifestyles. This relatable and emotionally robust quantity will attract all poetry readers.
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Practicing to Walk Like a Heron (Made in Michigan Writers Series) by Jack Ridl