Dog angel: poems
Jesse Lee Kercheval writes with wit, vivid language, and devastating honesty in these autobiographical poems. Tracing the timelines of her life forward and backward, she offers a moving examination of the role of family and the possible/probable/hoped for existence of God -- and how our perceptions of the divine can be transformed from a kindergartner's dyslexically scrawled "doG loves U" to the ever-present but oft-ignored Dog Angel of the title.
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Review: Dog Angel: PoemsUser Review - Goodreads
Read as 3.5 stars. Beautiful language. Spiritual and aching. Will probably creep higher with rereadings. I definitely plan to read more by this author.
Review: Dog Angel: PoemsUser Review - Wendy Taylor - Goodreads
Death of a parent; death of tow parents; child rearing. Interesting experiments in form: The Rental Car and a great flip-flop first line: After the porno theater became a revival house well worth a reading Read full review