This collection of stunningly beautiful poems encompasses the natural, human, and spiritual realms, and is bound together by the universal themes of time and mortality. With clarity and sureness of craft, Gluck's poetry questions, explores, and finally celebrates the ordeal of being alive.
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Review: The Wild IrisUser Review - Nathan Long - Goodreads
I was at the library the other day, and I saw the Pulitzer sticker and the name Louise on The Wild Iris and my mind automatically put Erdrich on the end of it. I decided to skim it a bit, realized ... Read full review
Review: The Wild IrisUser Review - Matthew - Goodreads
The Table of Contents reads like the poet's inventory of the flowers in her garden. There's the "Wild Iris", "Trillium", "Lamium", "Snowdrops", etc... Along with a multitude of "Matins" and "Vespers ... Read full review