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A Collection of poetry filled with the real and imagined geography within and around us. A selection of beautiful, mythical, and often haunting reflections on places, and the places we can no longer attain. Buntin is the founding editor of He lives today in Tucson, Arizona.
Paperback, 64 pages
Published November 1st 2005 by Salmon Publishing
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Eric Shaffer
Apr 24, 2011 Eric Shaffer rated it it was amazing
Riverfall is a refreshing collection of poems. My favorites were "Coyote" and "The Great American Chicken," but don't get the idea that these are all poems about animals. However, DO get the idea that these poems are all about the Earth and our relationship with our planet from a number of enchanting and surprising perspectives. I read the whole thing in one sitting, and I finished wanting more.
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