That Singing You Hear at the Edges
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Beschreibung"Sue MacLeod takes the ordinary routines of daily life and shines them to iridescent splendor. Her gift in poetry is to record the details of her life and bridge the gap between herself and all humanity. "Thirteen ways of looking at a clothesline" (shades of Wallace Stevens) gives not simply a line of flapping clothes, but also a sense of time, distance and space. This is a volume of poetry to be savoured, treasured, and reflected upon in the midst of everyday routines. MacLoed's poetry and memories become an avenue of personal exploration."--Joanna M. Weston, "The Danforth review" "Love in this book is not a salve, not a spark or a peak, but the overriding condition in which we dwell, always holding within it the tang of separation, the not-quite meeting, the sense of gap for which love is the bridge. Part of this vision is manifest in the many poems invoking images of lost loved ones, whether that be an ex-husband, a mother in her girlhood, a deceased grandmother, or a cousin who wandered off a cliff."--Canadian Literature
Untertitel: New. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: SIGNATURE ED
Erscheinungsdatum: April 2003
Seitenanzahl: 92 Seiten