Likely: Number 2 (Wick Poetry First Book) by Lisa Coffman

By Lisa Coffman

"Lisa Coffman is an important poet within the making. think a voice that mixes hear-of-American brooding like James Wright's with a shaded splendor like Elizabeth Bishop's. think Whitman's spirit someplace within the area. think a love of small cities ringed via mountains, a intelligent ear for lonely parents' discussion, and a track that turns out to pour from your personal lifestyles as you learn those poems. most likely is a booklet brimming with surprises and sweetness; many of the poems" "Rapture," "The items of Hog," "The Graveyard' left me breathless"--Alicia Suskin Ostriker, Judge

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