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In the Evening of No Warning

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Poetry "Kevin Clark's new volume of poetry, IN THE EVENING OF NO WARNING, wears the anxious velvet mantle of Time gone magical with sleights of hand. What vanishes is us. Yet, the very passing itself, musical with its children's hour, becomes the unthinkable and sublime refuge that all the local nostalgias gather about. Many of these poems are altogether sweet and perfect. ...more
Paperback, 79 pages
Published March 1st 2002 by New Issues Press (first published February 1st 2002)
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Mar 28, 2009 rated it really liked it
Many poems about time, that illusive part of our lives and what we do with it. I loved the beginning more than the ending, found his lines insightful and they led me into long trails of recognition and wonder at where we are heading this lifetime.
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