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Rough Knowledge

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Poetry. "There is an extraordinary lightness to this collection of poems it is as if they are floating just above the surface of the earth, or in dream, as they celebrate love, marriage, family, friends the small accidents and genuine delights of everyday life. The poems are filtered through a sweet and deeply thoughtful sensibility. You will grow to love the narrator of t ...more
Paperback, 82 pages
Published January 10th 2016 by Anhinga Press
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Lisa Rector
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Favorite poems - Toward Home, Leaving New York, A Kind of Singing, this Morning, On Forgetting You Might Need a Ride, Before Marriage Dream and Waking (no.1), The Thorne Rooms, Rebuilding a House, Model Airplane Late July, Diary of a Garden Without You, City of Doors, Discovery at the World Trade Center Site, and First Garden.
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