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Breaking and Entering: Poetry by D.R. Wagner

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“When I was a child I believed in visions. Even as an adult I kept insisting the impossible was acceptable. A tiger was in my grandmother’s basement, the one I was fleeing from.

In D.R. Wagner’s collection, a reader wants to flee into his visions. Find that tiger. It is with the epitome of grace and magic that these poems align themselves with our inner kid, find such reali
Paperback, 151 pages
Published July 16th 2013 by Lummox Press
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Jun 28, 2015 Adrian Manning rated it it was amazing
A stunning collection of poems from a great poet and published by a fantastic press. Rich imagery and language make every poem a true treasure to hold.
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D.R. Wagner is the author of over twenty books and chapbooks of poetry and letters. He founded press : today : niagara in Niagara Falls, New York, in 1965 and later Runcible Spoon (press) in the late 1960’s and produced over fifty magazines and chapbooks. He co-wrote The Egyptian Stroboscope with d.a. levy in the late 1960’s. He read with Jim Morrison of the Doors in a legendary reading with ...more
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