F L Y E R

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Xlibris Corporation, Apr 7, 2005 - Poetry - 100 pages
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FLYER is a lyrical work about the vicissitudes of affection and desire. Set against a background of sea and islands, it portrays the complexity of human love. Classically formulated, the poems represent levels of metaphor which are only available to a passionate condition: metaphors that reach far beyond a worldly situation. Both experience and ideals and merged in the imagery of the book, supplying the poetry with a formal transparence of great richness. Flyer draws its style from preliterate traditions of both East and West and offers the reader a glimpse out of time.
 

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