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A night without armor : poems

Auteur : Jewel
Éditeur : New York : HarperEntertainment, ©1999.
Édition/format :   Livre : Anglais : 1st pbk. edVoir toutes les éditions et les formats
Base de données :WorldCat
Résumé :
I've learned that not all poetry lends itself to music--some thoughts need to be sung only against the silence. These are softer and less tangible parts of ourselves that are so essential to peace, to open-heartedness, to unfolding the vision and the spiritual realm of our lives, to exposing our souls. -- Jewel from the Preface Jewel has been writing poems and keeping journals since childhood. A Night Without Armor,  Lire la suite...
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Format : Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Jewel
ISBN : 0061073628 : 9780061073625
Numéro OCLC : 42050653
Description : xvi, 140 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contenu : As a child I walked --
Bony ribs of Adam --
Wild horse --
Bukowski's widow --
You tell me --
Paramount, NY, 9:34 A.M. --
It has been long --
Too many nights --
I look at young girls now --
Seattle --
Saved from myself --
Taking the slave --
Sun bathing --
Red Roof Inn, Boston --
So just kiss me --
Second thoughts in Columbus, Ohio --
Cautious --
Dark bells --
Inertia of a lonely heart --
Collect beads of night --
Communion --
Love poem --
Father of a deaf girl --
Dionne & I --
IB --
Slow migration of glaciers --
Tai Pei --
Tai Pei 2 --
Tai Pei 3 --
In the south of England somewhere --
1966 --
Couple sitting on a bench --
Envy --
Pretty --
Those certain girls --
Sausages --
Though I am 8 --
Dylan --
Vincent said --
Camouflage --
Sara said --
Parking lot --
Coffee shop --
I say to you idols --
Steady yourself --
Awaken, love --
Gather yourself --
You --
Bleary eyed --
I miss your touch --
Night falls --
We have been called --
Underage --
Grimshaw --
Slow disease --
All the words --
You are not --
Strip 1 --
Strip 2 --
Shush --
I am not from here --
Infatuation --
Fall --
Long has a cloak --
Mercy --
Compass --
Freedom --
Road spent --
Christmas in Hawaii --
Spoiled --
Red light district, Amsterdam --
Lovers for Lilly --
Lemonade --
We talk --
Spivey leaks --
Forgetful --
Lost --
Still life --
I don't suppose raindrops --
Sometimes --
Blanketed by a citrus smile --
Road --
I guess what I wanted was --
Insecurity --
I am patient --
Things you fear --
Chase --
Fragile --
I'm writing to tell you --
And so to Receive you --
Fat --
Junky --
Austin, TX, Sheraton Hotel, 2 A.M. --
I keep expecting you to --
P.S. --
Gold fish --
New moon --
Someone to know me --
Traffic --
Home --
After the divorce --
May brought longer days --
Crazy cow --
Sauna --
Tangled roots of willows --
Goodness (A poem for Shane) --
Wolves in the canyon --
God exists quietly --
Miracle --
Afterword --
List of illustrations.
Responsabilité : Jewel Kilcher.

Résumé :

I've learned that not all poetry lends itself to music--some thoughts need to be sung only against the silence. These are softer and less tangible parts of ourselves that are so essential to peace, to open-heartedness, to unfolding the vision and the spiritual realm of our lives, to exposing our souls. -- Jewel from the Preface Jewel has been writing poems and keeping journals since childhood. A Night Without Armor, her first collection of poetry, explores the fire of first love, the fading of passion, the giving of trust, the lessons of betrayal, and the healing of intimacy. She delves into matters of the home, the comfort of family, the beauty of Alaska, and the dislocation of divorce. And then there are the images of the road, the people, the bars, the planes, places exotic and mundane, loneliness and friendship. Frank and honest, serious and suddenly playful, A Night Without Armor is a talented artist's intimate portrait of what makes us uniquely human.

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