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The Revlon slough : new and selected poems

Author: Raymond DiZazzo
Publisher: New York, NY : 2Leaf Press, 2018.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Poetry : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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THE REVLON SLOUGH, Ray DiZazzo's fourth poetry collection represents fifty years of writing that explores life's observations in harmony with both the natural world, and the often anomalous societies we inhabit. This volume is organized into seven sections that explore creatures both exotic and mundane, the fragility of damaged individuals, social and political perspectives, personal observations, science fiction  Read more...
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DiZazzo, Raymond.
Revlon slough.
New York, NY : 2Leaf Press, 2018
(OCoLC)1049822314
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Raymond DiZazzo
ISBN: 9781940939827 1940939828
OCLC Number: 1056246318
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Intro; CONTENTS; PREFACE: Revlon and Slough? by Ray DiZazzo; INTRODUCTION: The Broken Line by Claire Millikin; MARVELOUS CREATURES; To a Red Tail; Tails; Mice; Pig; The Water Bulls; Sloth; Kestrel; The Vulture's Math; Black Widow; Toad Night Haiku; Winter Gulls At Dusk; Wildebeest; Appaloosa; The Vultures' Greeting; Poachers; Evening Gulls; DAMAGED; Cisco, Me and a Copper Angel; Farrell; Before the Wake; Dwarf; Cell 18; Justice; Memories; Wino; The Suicidals; Porn; The Stew Cutter; A Full Page Ad; The Loft; Remember; A Crazy Fuck; An Alcoholic's Blessing; Bi-Partisan Coverage; Bullets Love Song For a Fisherman's Daughter24 by 24; GALLERY; My Son in a Canoe on the Colorado River; The Revlon Slough; Huron; Sniper; December 19th; Sea Storm; On The Speed Of Sight; Lightning On The Front Nine; Copper; Summer Storms; Voyager 1; Flood; Coma; Death; An End of Time; February Haiku From A Kitchen Window; Winter Noon Without You; A Pick-Up Ride; Today; The Wreck; The Ash Cloud; Midnight Mountain Haiku; Eggs; Westminster Park at Evening; The Smell of Feathers Boiling; A Trailer Park In Tornado Alley; Snow on Bishop Fields; In The High Sierra; Driving Home At Sunset; COMING ATTRACTIONS Gift --
2032Birth --
2100; Back on the Ranch --
2118; Moonfield --
2127; DREAM RUBBLE; Two Dolls; A Massachusetts Barn At Sunset; Mare And Foal; Midnight Earth Chant; Edible Abstract; A Nightmare in the Dead of Winter; ANGELS; Northern Lights; Angels; A Startled Angel; Guardian Angels; EPILOGUE; Just; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; ABOUT THE POET; OTHER BOOKS BY 2LEAF PRESS
Responsibility: Ray Dizazzo ; introduction by Claire Millikin.

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THE REVLON SLOUGH, Ray DiZazzo's fourth poetry collection represents fifty years of writing that explores life's observations in harmony with both the natural world, and the often anomalous societies we inhabit. This volume is organized into seven sections that explore creatures both exotic and mundane, the fragility of damaged individuals, social and political perspectives, personal observations, science fiction and space, and perhaps most important, what it means to be a human being in this contested, often volatile world. As the collection's title elucidates, DiZazzo has created a narrative initially inspired by his discovery of a farmland slough, with its own biosystem, and natural dichotomy of beauty and ugliness. His poetry, primarily written in free verse (with an occasional haiku) projects an intimacy with nature that resists sentimentality and romanticism, giving the poetry a vivid, unadorned feel throughout the volume. THE REVLON SLOUGH is DiZazzo's most intimate and eloquent poetry collection to date.

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