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Cross this bridge at a walk

Author: Jared Carter
Publisher: Nicholasville, KY : Wind Publications, ©2006.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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It is a long bridge. Sunlight scatters down through the cedar shakes and the rough-hewn beams. Above each entrance, the leaves of the cottonwood catch and turn in the wind. Below, the river drifts past the limestone piers. This is Jared Carter's fourth collection of poems. He continues to tell us about a place called Mississinewa County. His poems reach out to the stories, myths, and recollections of an entire  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jared Carter
ISBN: 1893239462 9781893239463
OCLC Number: 71302537
Description: 109 p. : music ; 24 cm.
Contents: Raccoon grove --
Exhumation --
Covered bridge --
Visit --
Catalpa --
Coxey's army --
Mussel shell --
Reminiscence --
Spirea --
Beiderbecke sequence --
Jesus walking --
Glass negatives --
Picking stone --
Shelterbelt --
The bones --
Lost bridge.
Responsibility: Jared Carter.

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It is a long bridge. Sunlight scatters down through the cedar shakes and the rough-hewn beams. Above each entrance, the leaves of the cottonwood catch and turn in the wind. Below, the river drifts past the limestone piers. This is Jared Carter's fourth collection of poems. He continues to tell us about a place called Mississinewa County. His poems reach out to the stories, myths, and recollections of an entire continent.

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