Parking Lot Mood Swing: Autobiographical Monologues And Prose Poetry

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Cedar Hill Books, Jan 1, 2004 - Poetry - 128 pages
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Doren Robbins' essay poem monologues are a riff on contemporary culture, not so much a scream but a sigh, the deepest sigh known. He knows so much it's shocking. But that's not it. In PARKING LOT MOOD SWING he's on the razor's edge, a fully unified sensibility, a vision, a dream. To read his prose is only to know his poetry better and to love him, this wild radical poet on the West Coast. A passionate political protest that is comic, surreal and beautiful, Doren Robbins' PARKING LOT MOOD SWING powerfully explicates our pitifully whacked out world. Up all night reading these poems to the empty room, I laughed out loud and the blues lifted from me. Give this book to all our dismayed Companeros.

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Contents

CHAUCERS QUILL SAPPHOS LIBIDO
8
PINKY OF LOS ANGELES HIS RITES OF PASSAGE21
21
ANYTIME36
36
PANTAGRUEL ANTIGRUEL49
49
THE ANTILIFE63
63
PALSIED WORLD68
68
NOT ROBERT FROST75
75
SELFPORTRAIT WITH PINE CONE85
85
HUMMING A MELANCHOLIC EPSTEIN BROTHERS
93
GREEN TORSO100
100
NIX106
106
MY BROCCOLI LIFE112
112
UNDER VIVALDIS UMBRELLA121
121
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