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The Sun God Is a Ham
 
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Gene Hull
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The Sun God Is a Ham

4.75  ·  Rating Details ·  4 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Hands curved, fingers poised at the keyboard, like a pianist about to concertize, I am ready to write. Waiting the conductor's cue, I hold in readiness position - a hovering hawk. Which key will be struck first? What little click will loft the fine sentences the world has never seen? Sentences that validate the promise of a writer? Patience - a sign will appear. I stare at ...more
Paperback, 106 pages
Published September 7th 2013 by La Maison Publishing, Inc.
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Stephanie Erickson
Dec 26, 2013 Stephanie Erickson rated it it was amazing
I took my time reading this collection of poems. Although the volume is short, and poems are usually a quick read, Gene Hull's poetry should be taken in slowly, discussed, and thought about long after you're done reading each poem. Some are insightful, some are funny, some are sad sad, but all pack a punch. Some of them, I think he wrote just to get a rise out of the reader. Frankly, if I was teaching a literature class right now, this would be a volume I would add to the curriculum so we could ...more
Maritza Mejia
Apr 12, 2016 Maritza Mejia rated it really liked it
Easy to read and enjoyable poetry. I recommend this collection of excellent poems for all occasions.
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