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The Pond is a mutually long sought collaboration between kindred artists and souls. Susan and Richard were in dialogue with paintings and poems prior to conceiving The Pond and are thrilled to travel the entire poem cycle together. Both artists experience the world as a living entity of indivisible parts that are in constant dialogue with one another including their human ...more
Paperback, 70 pages
Published April 23rd 2019 by Green Writers Press
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Sophfronia Scott
Apr 23, 2019 rated it it was amazing
In my review of Jarrette's 2015 poetry collection, A Hundred Million Years of Nectar Dances, I noted: "Jarrette brings to bear an observant eye, an open heart and a spirituality that seems to meld both eastern and western philosophies. I savored his lines, marveled over his sense of imagery and felt very much how I would be happy to take this walk with him again."

The Pond gives me the opportunity to do just that. Joining Jarrette on this lovely amble is the Minneapolis artist Susan Solomon. Her
Mar 08, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Intensely, calmly stunning, Jarrette's poems are enriched and the reader's impression is informed by Solomon's paintings. The best book of poems instilling insight and observation of our world. They are poems to savor, to glance out the window at the distance or closeness between us and the world. The paintings are rich and reflective, they hold the poem and our gaze for a moment before we move on to the next page, or the next thing we do. They remain with you. ...more
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