That House in Venice: Poems
"Glories and sorrows of being: generosity, compassion, awareness of self, others, and The Other: at times, an almost haunted stillness that encompasses all of the above: these are words that have come to mind, reading Peter Trias's poems. People in them, and places around them, in a time that is not, now, lost. 'They be red, blue, and yellow" (MOON DINNER). And they are ready for you: Peter Trias has given them voices."--Anselm Hollo.
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