Since The Noon Mail Stopped
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Since The Noon Mail Stopped

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In this new collection, Wyatt Prunty's wry humor and meditative spirit attach themselves to such unlikely objects as, for example, the "Zamboni" that polishes a skating rink. (He finds a metaphor in how it "restores a hardened glaze / as cold and clear as any thought we keep.") In "Coach, " he portrays a dog's inner life, from puppyhood to death, in four brief stanzas: "Al...more
Hardcover, 88 pages
Published May 8th 1997 by Johns Hopkins University Press
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