Child Eating Snow

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Exile Editions, Ltd., 1994 - Poetry - 111 pages
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Written by one of Canada’s most distinctive poets, this collection of lyric poems, elegiac in their exploration of memory, offers a way of transcending the present and informing the future.
 

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Contents

Baby Upside Down In A Light Snowfall
11
Blue Fur Hood
12
Christopher
13
Fugitives
14
Madame Matisse The Green Line 1905
16
Migrations
17
Child Eating Snow
18
Moving On And With A Glance At Rilke
22
Jeanne DArc
35
Ethnic Poem
36
Namelessness
37
Old Legends
38
A Thought From Yeats
39
Annunciation
40
Where The Soul Goes In Summer
41
Love Poem
42

Exuberance Paul Klee 26 Separation In The Evening Paul Klee 1922
26
Couplets Late September
27
The Structure Of The Ground
28
Paris 1957
29
Then
30
Poem Depending On Dashes
31
Jeanne DArc
33
Jeanne DArc
34
Things That Cant Speak
43
Ethnic Poem II
45
A Man I Once Knew
46
The Long Semesters
47
Daylight Saving
60
Bad Ghosts
73
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