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Published by Martin Garth Press in Toronto .
Written in English

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Accordian-fold codex in raw boards, issued in an edition of 26 lettered copies for the author"s 50th birthday.

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Number of Pages28
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Open LibraryOL24377592M

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  Poems by Leonard Cohen. 24 September • am. The book of longing. I can't make the hills The system is shot I'm living on pills For which I thank G-d I followed the course.   I was in luck to spot Tina Chang's bittersweet & enchanting poem "Notes on Longing." Chang (b NYC ) has been named Brooklyn's Poet Laureate () and has been a finalist for the Asian-American Literary Award. NYC claims with pride Ms. Chang as our hometown Poet Laureate. The title of the poem speaks to burgeoning aspirations. A book is kindled written by the longing. _ Junk Shop. I am endlessly sold by Hermes on a market with sorrows. _ Ignoramus. To swim freely through ignorance. _ Demiurgical II. A sacred hour I have grasped during the flight towards poetry. _ Scriptorium. With the nib dipped into the ink of . Imago: Finally, we see the Ooloi perspective Originally published at Fantasy Literature Imago () is the third book in Octavia Butler’s XENOGENESIS trilogy. It concludes the story begun with the human woman Lilith in Dawn () and continued with her Oankali-human ‘construct’ son Akin in /5().

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Iosif Alexandrovich Brodsky was reviled and persecuted by officials in his native Soviet Union, but the Western literary establishment lauded him as one of that country’s finest poets. His verses were characterized by ironic wit and a spirit of fiery independence. From the time he began publishing them—both under his own name, and under the name Joseph Brodsky—he aroused the ire of. The poem does not have an obviously historical or mythological references, though it is definitely allusive. We do not have an author identified, nor even a precise date of composition. It’s not even totally certain to pair with it “The Husband’s Message” that also appears in the Exeter Book. The story is vague and incomplete, of course.   The beauty of poetry is that each word and line highlights a deeper meaning and intense thoughts. Famous poets for decades and generations have contributed to poetry that speaks of love and romance. Let’s read through some of the most beautiful love poems by famous poets that inspires true love within! 1. I Carry Your Heart With Me. who must suffer longing for a loved one. 3 These difficult lines have been read as a particular reflection, imagining the mental state of her distant beloved, or as a general reflection on the double-faced nature of the world; here, following the reading of some critics, they are taken as a kind of curse. source: The Exeter Book translation: R.