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September : poems

Author: Rachel Jamison Webster
Publisher: Evanston (Ill.) : TriQuarterly Books, Northwestern University Press, 2013.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The poems in Rachel Webster's debut collection Septem-ber often address a fleeting moment. Like the month, the moment can be a single leaf falling or a season of life. Webster's pastoral poems  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rachel Jamison Webster
ISBN: 9780810152311 0810152312
OCLC Number: 880989181
Notes: Collected poems, some previously published.
Description: 1 vol. (X-90 p.) ; 22 cm
Contents: September you become me ; Lingua ; When we saw it ; Leaves ; The inversion ; Yom Kippur ; Bleeding heart ; American terminal ; X ; The call ; How did we come to be the ones whose feet are being washed? ; I know why I make the past a destination ; Lookout ; The bone ; Cheyenne ; Manzanita ; Eurydice ; Pomme ; The floating dock ; Late September ; Kauai ; Kalihiwai ; Held ; I never said yes, I just never said no ; Cream of the pour is the cream of skin thickening ; Maybe gravity ; Ocean and integer ; Late August ; Eucharist ; Fired in the body ; The second of September ; Equinox ; One ; Birth is when we recall ourselves ; Often she'd drop into fathomless ; Milk ; In the skin tent the heart was a fire ; The sea came up and drowned ; Container garden ; Dolphins at seven weeks ; At the DQ ; Oh, I have that too ; The endangered species carousel ; Like playing two instruments at once ; Metaphor of the room ; Children together ; Early childhood ; Hour ; Double vision ; Through hooded clouds untranslatable, once ; After the caverns ; Ozone alert day ; The brain of the world was recalling itself ; Wintering ; La Porte ; It had to end.
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"These are poems of the body, poems that come from the body and the wild wind that breaks the body, the soul howling all night in our head and hearts" --Matthew Dickman, Tin House "Webster's Read more...

 
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