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Stille fernster Rückruf: Gedichte

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In 'Stille fernster Rückruf' legt Erika Burkhart ihre in den letzten fünf Jahren entstandenen Gedichte vor. Mit genauem Blick für die Dinge und einem wachsamen Ohr für die Zwischentöne, die in der Stille erst wahrnehmbar werden, gelingen ihr Meisterwerke von Klarheit und Pregnanz.
Hardcover, 103 pages
Published 1997 by Ammann
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Jean-Paul Werner Walshaw-Sauter
Nov 08, 2016 Jean-Paul Werner Walshaw-Sauter rated it really liked it
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This is the seventh collection of Erika Burkart's poems which I have read this year. For further details about the poetess and a selection of her poems, follow the links bellow:

1) Nachtschicht / Schattenzone: Gedichte
2) Die Zärtlichkeit der Schatten
3) Langsamer Satz
4) Geheimbrief
5) Schweigeminute
6) Ortlose Nähe

In her collection of poetry entitled Stille fernster Rückruf written in 1997, nature is once again at the heart of Erika Burkart's verse which is, at the same time, interlaced with both my
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