The Mojave Road And Other Journeys

The Mojave Road And Other Journeys Poetry Bruce Williams s THE MOJAVE ROAD AND OTHER JOURNEYS is simply one of the most breathtaking and heartbreaking collections of poetry I ve read in many years These poems constitute a sequence of e

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  • Title: The Mojave Road And Other Journeys
  • Author: Bruce Williams
  • ISBN: 9781893670501
  • Page: 188
  • Format: Paperback
  • Poetry Bruce Williams s THE MOJAVE ROAD AND OTHER JOURNEYS is simply one of the most breathtaking and heartbreaking collections of poetry I ve read in many years These poems constitute a sequence of elegies and a folio of meditations upon illness, death and transcendence, and also upon the nature of late, redeeming love As in Theodore Roethke s psychologically dense, tPoetry Bruce Williams s THE MOJAVE ROAD AND OTHER JOURNEYS is simply one of the most breathtaking and heartbreaking collections of poetry I ve read in many years These poems constitute a sequence of elegies and a folio of meditations upon illness, death and transcendence, and also upon the nature of late, redeeming love As in Theodore Roethke s psychologically dense, timeless, and powerful poem, Journey to the Interior, Bruce Williams spiritual self confrontation charts a dangerous, often precarious landscape of intimate loss and the consequent potential for the wreckage of the self David St John

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