In Robert Rosenberg's poetry and prose, urban insight is combined with a feeling for nature.The moon's halo rises over the "dream-mountains of spring"; the rain might fall "in its true, / unbroken grace." The poem "San Francisco Bay" begins: "In the tidal glory of blue light / Where sailboats glide transformed / into the shapes of mythic birds...."The realities are emotional; the pain and the passion are direct. It is a poetry with beauty and a poetry with little insulation, offering to the reader the chance for involvement and the sharing of anunderstanding that is not easily reached.
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