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Are new kinds of trees and new ways of naming the ages jaguars and an abandoned hotel on the horizon This book will crawl inside your chest and pump lava through your bloo. listen at first i wasn't certain then i was now i am although i'm not certain how much i like all of the poems as a book of poetry i think it's fucking awesome

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Scary No ScarySCARY NO SCARY the follow up to Zachary Schomburg's acclaimed first collection of poems THE MAN SUIT is a book of skeleton gloves and skeleton keys at once dark and playful. Very strong first half Brief even brittle stand alone poems that vibrate darkly around recurring archetypal elements like hummingbirds trees birth and burial Like laughter at a funeral that may shift to shrieking at any moment The second section titled The Histories did little for me and felt much abstract than the rest of the collection The final section is The Pond originally published as a chapbook This longer poem provides a nice counterpoint to the first section because the parts of The Pond echo one another also but build toward a unified vision allowing the poet to demonstrate his skill at short and long poetry The Index is a brilliant idea and coyly reflects the poet’s awareness of his dominant themes and motifs

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Scary No Scary Free download ´ 105 ☆ ❰PDF / Epub❯ ☆ Scary No Scary Author Zachary Schomburg – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk SCARY NO SCARY the follow up to Zachary Schomburg's acclaimed first collection of poems THE MAN SUIT is a book of skeleton gloves and skeleton keys at once dark and playful With loneliness and levity SCARYScary No MOBI #8608 With loneliness and levity Schomburg takes the reader on a tour through a liminal world of dream logic informed by its own myth and folklore Here there. Maybe my third or fourth time through this book now and I can't recommend it highly enough When I mark a five star rating on Goodreads this is the kind of book I'm thinking of