The fork without hunger: poems
In sharply-limned lyrics that are at once elegiac and celebratory, Laurie Lamon explores the inseparable union of pain and happiness that life invariably brings. Bending form with keen originality, this acclaimed poet is both traditionalist and innovator, a writer, says Ploughshare poetry editor David Daniel, "with rare precision and intelligence--and, rarer still, with genuine imagination."
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Pain Thinks of History
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