Daily Archives: March 3, 2019

Shredding The Chords

Since I’ve been rather busy this weekend, even by the fairly busy standards of my time, I thought it would be interested to note one of the threads that kept on appearing throughout the course of my weekend’s activities despite … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Village Life

A Village Life, by Louise Glück As is often the case with the books by this poet, what does the title mean?  It does not seem as if the poems in this book are all told from the point of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Faithful And Virtuous Night

Faithful And Virtuous Night, by Louise Glück There are some poets who are associated with different times of day.  The late great poet William Stafford, for example, was a poet who woke up early in the morning to have private … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Wild Iris

The Wild Iris, by Louise Glück This was an odd book, but in the best way.  In reading this book I was struck by various series of cycles that appeared to manifest themselves over and over again in the poems … Continue reading

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