Let evening come: poems

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Graywolf Press, Apr 1, 1990 - Poetry - 70 pages
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Somber poems deal with the end of summer, winter dawn, travel, mortality, childhood, education, nature and the spiritual aspects of life

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Let evening come: poems

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"We sit with friends at the round/ glass table. The talk is clever.'' These opening lines of "September Garden Party'' could well speak for all the poems in this third collection. Like considered and ... Read full review

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Simple, graceful poems full of music and hard truth gently proffered. Read full review

Contents

THREE SONGS AT THE END OF SUMMER
3
THE POET AT TEN
9
SMALL EARLY VALENTINE
15
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About the author (1990)

Jane Kenyon is the author of "Otherwise: New and Selected Poems" and "A Hundred White Daffodils," She lived with her husband, Donald Hall, in Wilmot, New Hampshire, until her death in 1995.

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