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Sands of the well

Author: Denise Levertov
Publisher: New York : New Directions, 1996.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In Primary Wonder, she writes: "And then / once more the quiet mystery / is present to me, the throng's clamor / recedes: the mystery / that there is anything, anything at all, / let alone cosmos, joy, memory, everything, / rather than void: and that O Lord, / Creator, Hallowed One, You still, / hour by hour sustain it."
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Genre/Form: Poetry
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Denise Levertov
ISBN: 0811213161 9780811213165
OCLC Number: 34046366
Notes: Includes index.
Description: viii, 136 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: What Harbinger? --
Uncertain Oneiromancy --
Threat --
In Question --
The Wound --
Wall --
Wondering --
The Danger Moments --
Empty Hands --
What Goes Unsaid --
Fair Warning --
The Glittering Noise --
As the Moon Was Waning --
Advising Myself --
Concordance --
A Gift --
Crow Spring --
Salvation --
Secret Diversion --
Singled Out --
Rage and Relenting --
The 6:30 Bus, Late May --
Midsummer Eve --
The Mountain Assailed --
Pentimento --
3 Short Solos --
A Song of Degrees --
Rainbow Weather --
Alchemy --
Double Vision --
Webs --
Bearing the Light --
In Summer --
Flowers Before Dark --
Firmament --
Agon --
Warning --
Swan in Falling Snow --
Creature to Creature --
A Wren --
Like Noah's Rainbow --
Meeting the Ferret --
Sojourns in the Parallel World --
Protesting at the Nuclear Test Site --
The News and a Green Moon, July, 1994 --
It Should Be Visible --
In the Woods --
The Sea Inland --
The Change --
Something More --
The Past III --
Sheep in the Weeds --
The London Plane.
Responsibility: Denise Levertov.

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In Primary Wonder, she writes: "And then / once more the quiet mystery / is present to me, the throng's clamor / recedes: the mystery / that there is anything, anything at all, / let alone cosmos, joy, memory, everything, / rather than void: and that O Lord, / Creator, Hallowed One, You still, / hour by hour sustain it."

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