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Colors Passing Through Us by Marge Piercy
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Dec 29, 2013

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A bit slow at first with lots of poems about Piercy's mother's death. However, the last half was full of gems, many about Jewish spirituality or adult love.

My favorite poems in this collection were:
* No one came home - one of the best 9-11 poems I've ever read
* In the department store
* Sometimes while I am chanting - about spiritual experience
* Tapuz: an orange - the scandal of female rabbis
* Black leaves - adult love
* Roomers, rumors
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Reading Progress

December 29, 2013 – Started Reading
December 29, 2013 – Shelved
December 30, 2013 –
page 44
25.0% "So far I love love love 2 poems: the so-true observation about cosmetics called "In the Department Store" and the wonderful explain about 9-11 called "No One Came Home""
January 4, 2014 – Finished Reading

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