This Sharpening

This Sharpening Poetry Vivid propulsive and compelling Ellen Dore Watson s THIS SHARPENING maps with unflinching attention the unraveling of a marriage and the persistence of longing the pain of loss and the pers

  • Title: This Sharpening
  • Author: Ellen Dore Watson
  • ISBN: 9781932195439
  • Page: 379
  • Format: Paperback
  • Poetry Vivid, propulsive, and compelling, Ellen Dore Watson s THIS SHARPENING maps with unflinching attention the unraveling of a marriage and the persistence of longing, the pain of loss and the persistence of pleasure in motherhood, and the stuff of everyday life whether indulging fantasies of revenge, reveling in a child s kisses, or deconstructing a first date in 25Poetry Vivid, propulsive, and compelling, Ellen Dore Watson s THIS SHARPENING maps with unflinching attention the unraveling of a marriage and the persistence of longing, the pain of loss and the persistence of pleasure in motherhood, and the stuff of everyday life whether indulging fantasies of revenge, reveling in a child s kisses, or deconstructing a first date in 25 years Ellen Watson is an eloquent, passionate poet tender, wildly inventive, with the wonder of childhood and a grown woman s comic sense Watson s poetry is the real thing Robert Pinsky I am stupid with awe of Ellen Dore Watson Reading her work does that to you, makes you a little drunk on the world, a little tipsy and stumble tongued Claiborne Smith.

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    1. A few good ones, a lot of over-inflation and more obvious than one might think. Like anemic Sharon Olds or elliptical Robert Pinsky, it's aiming for the bone but only gets in a few flesh wounds.


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