The World Doesn't End: Prose Poems
In this collection, winner of the 1990 Pulitzer Prize, Charles Simic puns, pulls pranks. He can be jazzy and streetwise. Or cloak himself in antiquity. Simic has new eyes, and in these wonderful poems and poems-in-prose he lets the reader see through them.
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Review: The World Doesn't EndUser Review - William - Goodreads
This book catches you off guard if you have no idea what prose poetry is. It can be unsettling to see paragraphs when you open a book of poetry, but Simic does an excellent job of demonstrating the ... Read full review
Review: The World Doesn't EndUser Review - Helen - Goodreads
Charles Simic writes like Dali used to paint. Surreal, dark, but also humorous. Prose poems, mostly without titles, they are inhabited by men who wander into bars with their heads under their arms and ... Read full review