Remission

Remission Poetry Christopher Sawyer Laucanno s new book of poetry compresses experience and emotion into what seems at times an exclamation point of pain and yearning It is by turns troubling and challenging

  • Title: Remission
  • Author: Christopher Sawyer-Laucanno
  • ISBN: 9781584981213
  • Page: 223
  • Format: Paperback
  • Poetry Christopher Sawyer Laucanno s new book of poetry compresses experience and emotion into what seems at times an exclamation point of pain and yearning It is, by turns, troubling and challenging, tough minded and compassionate, earth bound and learned These poems are about the passing of time, the collision between what was and what is They are concerned with hPoetry Christopher Sawyer Laucanno s new book of poetry compresses experience and emotion into what seems at times an exclamation point of pain and yearning It is, by turns, troubling and challenging, tough minded and compassionate, earth bound and learned These poems are about the passing of time, the collision between what was and what is They are concerned with human limitation and aspiration, focusing on the how not to be any longer These poems are rooted the world he writes about, and they soar above in breathless leaps Michael Pearson

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      Published :2019-06-05T12:27:42+00:00


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    • Christopher Sawyer-Laucanno

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    • This book consists of short poems, untitled, on a small set of common themes relating to mortality. It lacks a preface, but the afterword suggests the author’s intention is to focus on the passage of time, consciousness of death, and appreciate the joy of life as lived, however uncertain. The book reads like the journal of a man of letters facing the end, possibly soon, filled with uncertainty, but going on, day by day, through custom and habit. The poems are composed of short lines, with no w [...]


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