Fruit (BOK)

Terry Cree

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Fruit of the loins and fruit of the vine, poison fruit and the fruit of The Fall all find their place in this first collection, which also draws together those liminal moments and landscapes, paintings and photographs that represent different modes of separation and change. The poems are beautifully accompanied by a sequence of fine-grained pencil drawings by the author. : Terry Cree's long poem Meatyard Triptych is a moving meditation, both tender and unnerving, on the 'family albums' of the American photographer, Ralph Eugene Meatyard. Cree's deft quatrains - aslant, folksy, philosophical, visionary - draw on American poetic tradition with an assurance that is rare in a British writer. (And as for his poem on Krazy Kat - Zip, POW!) Elsewhere in the collection we find the fruit of experience still tasting of innocence. Moods and perspectives shift and collide - storm and calm, indifference and passion, suffering and delight - as, from the horizon, waves keep coming 'one truth on another'. - Adrian Blamires


Språk Engelsk Engelsk Innbinding Heftet
Utgitt 2014 Forfatter Terry Cree
Two Rivers Press
ISBN 9781901677973
Antall sider 60 Dimensjoner 13,5cm x 21cm x 0,5cm
Vekt 51 gram Leverandør Bertram Trading Ltd
Emner og form Poetry by individual poets