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The Absolute, Relatively Inaccessible is a volume of poems divided into three parts. The three parts are bound together by a brace of persistent and developing themes, as well as by the repetition (and the development) of language, metaphor, and imagery. Part 1 presents various characters (mostly African American) confronting death. The poems in part 2 are spoken by an unn ...more
Paperback, 96 pages
Published May 31st 2017 by Cascade Books
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I’m very glad I read this collection of poetry. The poems I most connected with where the ones that made clear reference to his cancer. I found much in them to learn from, to see, to share with others. I was moved by a couple of the other poems that made reference to people that the poet has written about in other places. Beautifully done.
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