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The Memory of Water by Jack Myers
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Aug 09, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: poetry

This book is a precious find. Intimate, heart-breaking, and yet hopeful. The arrangement of this collection is perfect ebb and flow of life, death, understanding, and grief.

In his poem "The World's Highest Mountain," these lines say it all:

In the end if the work each one has done
has made a space inside for someone else, it's sacred.

The Memory of Water is a sacred and painfully brilliant work of art.

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