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Invisible Horses

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Invisible Horses is an exciting exploration of the invisible aspects of human consciousness through poems both straightforward and complex. Goedicke writes about what it feels like, physically and emotionally, to think; she invokes the subjective and objective realities of the intricate, infinitely small biological, chemical, and neurological patterns and impulses that we ...more
Paperback, 157 pages
Published November 18th 1996 by Milkweed Editions (first published November 1996)
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Molique Lawson
Oct 22, 2013 Molique Lawson rated it really liked it
Believe it or not this book was not about horses it was a book about poetry I liked the book a lot because I like poetry it tells a story that you can picture and see come to life
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