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Diasporadic : poems

Author: Patty Seyburn
Publisher: Kansas City, Mo. : Helicon Nine Editions, ©1998.
Edition/Format:   Book : Poetry : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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The winner of the 1997 Marianne Moore Poetry Prize focuses her words on simultaneous perspectives to describe mindfulness, flexibility, and the small details of big subjects.
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Seyburn, Patty, 1962-
Diasporadic.
Kansas City, Mo. : Helicon Nine Editions, c1998
(OCoLC)682154999
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Patty Seyburn
ISBN: 1884235263 9781884235269
OCLC Number: 39659757
Notes: "Winner of the 1997 Marianne Moore Poetry Prize."
Description: 96 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Diasporadic --
Turret --
Lower case --
Inversion --
Follow --
Any day now --
Mourning --
Claims --
Stone notes --
California --
Good water --
Night geometry --
Left as I am now --
Complaint to the management --
When --
Nantasket Beach, briefly --
Spreading the word. Marie De L'Incarnation, 1654 ; Maria Sybilla Merian, 1683 ; Glikl bas Judas Leib, 1689 --
Push back, the shore --
Orpah, revising --
Jephthah's daughter signs her name --
Beruryah, deciding --
Leah and the mirror-ball --
Vox humana. Sibilant ; Complaint ; Chance music ; Threnody --
You and them --
Dedication --
Through the blinds --
Myths of travel --
Song of hearing --
New York water --
Bats in Maine --
Song of disparity --
You should know by now --
lower case (ii) --
Pythagoras, undone --
Persuasion --
Inventory --
Three layers --
Consolation --
On forgettings --
Vertical --
Concatenate.
Responsibility: Patty Seyburn ; foreword by Molly Peacock.

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The winner of the 1997 Marianne Moore Poetry Prize focuses her words on simultaneous perspectives to describe mindfulness, flexibility, and the small details of big subjects.

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