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Book of Fire: Poems

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Cary Waterman, editor of the Water-Stone Review, writes about travel to Iceland, the myth of Persephone, the luxuriousness of Minnesota seasons and the difficult realities of a nation at war. Her poems cut close to the heart with reverence for life.
Paperback, 108 pages
Published September 15th 2011 by Nodin Press
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Laura (booksnob)
Oct 21, 2012 rated it really liked it
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Cary Waterman has written a wonderful collection of poems in the Book of Fire. The book is divided into five parts with many different themes reflected. The theme of fire runs through the book as well as the myth of Persephone, Waterman's travels to Iceland, nature, seasons and gardens in Minnesota and war. These are poems of investigation.

Waterman's poems reflect deep imagery, stark reality and promote pondering. The individual poems in Book of Fire will pull on your heart strings and some will
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