82nd out of 129 books — 25 voters
The Waters Under the Earth
"Siegel's imagination is excited by the nonhuman world, and he writes about plants and animals with surprising immediacy.... A compassionate observer...he looks at them as mysterious and wonderful signs of a greater order." -Dana Gioia, in Poetry The London Times LS described Robert Siegel's poetry as "unpretentious versatility" like "returning to the mainland after a tour...more
Paperback, 136 pages
Published August 15th 2005 by Canon Press
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