Franz Wright - Poetry - 2009 - 96 pages
Franz Wright. in secret one thing to perceive, the tall blue starry strangeness of
being here at all. You gave us each in secret something to perceive. Furless now,
upright, My banished and experimental child You said, though your own heart ...
Franz Wright - Poetry - 2011 - 112 pages
From his earliest years, he writes in “Will,” he had “the gift of impermanence / so I would be ready, / accompanied / by a rage to prove them wrong / . . . and that I too was worthy of love.” This rage comes coupled with the ...
Franz Wright - Poetry - 2010 - 96 pages
Here is one of the poems from the collection: Description of Her Eyes Two teaspoonfuls, and my mind goes everyone can kiss my ass now-- then it's changed, I change my mind. Eyes so sad, and infinitely kind. From the Hardcover edition.
Franz Wright - Poetry - 2013 - 128 pages
Taken together, the pieces deliver the diary of a poet—“a fairly good egg in hot water,” as he describes himself—who seeks to narrate his way through the dark wood of his title, following the crumbs of language. “Take everything ...