And - Princeton Series of Contemporary Poets 125 by Debora Greger
From the poem's title: Ampersand pink like dead shrimp, curls that have not yet been born in its tidal basin - the seed pearl whose mother flares on disturbing love…
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From the poem's title: Ampersand pink like dead shrimp, curls that have not yet been born in its tidal basin - the seed pearl whose mother flares on disturbing love too late to be displaced; a little anemone, shrinking of touch. So it separates what is closely linked.
Review: "The poems of Ms. Greer speak at the intersection of mind and material world ...
It is resistance to the real urgency and the increasing urgency felt by the poet in trying to extinguish its unity ... make these poems emotional." - New York Times review book originally published in 1985 The Princeton Library uses the heritage of the latest on-demand printing technology to make available once again the previously printed books from the Princeton University's outstanding background list.
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