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by Robin Cook
For instance, in one poem he compares a magpie's flight to the constant flickering of a silent black and white movie screen. In another, he shares with his readers the remarkable encounters he's had with a curious red fox, thereby somewhat dispelling the creature's sly reputation. Robin's anthropomorphic writing style displays his vivid imagination. In addition, Robin ...more
Paperback, 103 pages
Published October 10th 2005 by Authorhouse
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Robin Cook recently began writing poetry after taking a decided interest in the wild animals near the family’s farm in northern M i n n e s ota. Having come of age on this farm, the author feels a deep connection to it. He dedicates this book in loving memory of his grandparents, Robert and Agnes Nelson, who spent their lives at this farmstead, and whose presence still lingers there in the form of ...moreMore about Robin Cook...