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In this new collection of mostly narrative poetry, Jim Pascual Agustin mixes science fiction, religion, myths, social commentary, dark humor, romance, and personal history. Some of the characters that populate the strangely familiar world of A Thousand Eyes are puppets, cats, stalkers, sea horses, chandeliers, Edward Snowden, ghosts, reptiles, chickens, wolves, and pineapp ...more
Paperback, 83 pages
Published 2015 by University of Santo Tomas Publishing House
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George Deoso
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Although a good number of poems included in this collection had been (to me [or perhaps because I rushed through the final half of it in a single sitting; or because I haven't read enough poetry to really know how to read one]) obscure, most of the pieces still spoke to me on a very personal level. My favorite among them would be "Loose Page."
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Jim Pascual Agustin was born in the Philippines.
His latest book is HOW TO MAKE A SALAGUBANG HELICOPTER & other poems (San Anselmo Press).
His early years were spent in a communal house where he struggled to remember all the names of his numerous cousins. His family was forced out of their land to make way for the construction of a highway named after the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos. A brief
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