21st Century Bread

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21st Century Bread: Poems, 2007 - Literary Criticism - 144 pages
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Poems by Leland Jamieson. Unsolicited comments on individual poems collected for the first time in this volume: "Unique voice ... weaves powerful storytelling into poetic form" --- Sharon Hadrian, Editor of Antithesis Common Literary Magazine. "Fabulous capsules of feeling! I particularly admire the hand-flawlessly-fitting- in-a-snug-glove-tone of your lines" --- Robert Scott Leyse, Editor of the ShatterColors Literary Review. "They 'electrify'" --- Michael Burch, Editor of The Hypertexts. These are poems you can grasp and which grasp you with fresh eyes on the world and people like you and those you know. Even if you're "not a poetry reader," these poems portray characters you identify with, adventures that bring you to the edge of your chair, close-ups of situations you relate to easily. It's a must-read. Pick it up for yourself. Give it as a gift!
 

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Contents

Needles in a Pinewood
3
Die
9
The Wallet
15
Big Beef
21
Ruminating Voice of an Architect
27
in a Difficult Lie
34
Shooting Star of No Moment?
40
Refractory of Rain
46
A Ninth to Remember
72
Prophecy of a Mollusk
78
Fugitive Sensation
84
Orthodoxies
88
First Powered Flight No Lie
95
Are We Never Free the Anunnaki?
101
Zen Exit Plan
107
Springing Formal Tongues
115

That Elixir
48
The Sirens Cry
54
By Floundering?
60
Sighting Pileated Woodpeckers
66
Form as Kindling
121
A Threepoint Landing
127
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