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Moon Conjure And Other Poems

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English

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  • Literary Criticism : Poetry,
  • Poetry / General,
  • Poetry

  • The Physical Object
    Number of Pages132
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10511144M
    ISBN 100548064067
    ISBN 109780548064061

    Poetry, love letters, and a starry, moon-filled night, What was completely unexpected- ended up being quite the delight. The sheer depth of your soul has me intrigued, I was surprised the next day that I was not fatigued. I can't say how long this will last or where this will go, But I am down to get to know each other and go with the flow. I read a couple of these poems each night, which is my usual strategy when reading a book of poetry. But if you have a book report due tomorrow, this is a good choice; you can finish it easily in a single sitting ( hours). I have to admit, I enjoyed making myself “mentally” chant the poems in the first section according to their Author: Hamilcar Barca. Helping the world, one free microchap at a time! What is an Origami Poems microchap? A microchap presents poems on a single sheet of paper. The paper folds origami-style into palm-sized booklets containing 6 pages of text. Each "page" has 47 characters per line, including spaces, with room for lines. For longer-lined pieces, three (3.   Editorial Reviews. More than 30 poets conjure island life-the sea, storytelling, food, nature and the experience of travelling away from home-in Under the Moon & Over the Sea: A Collection of Caribbean Poems, ed. by John Agard and Grace Nichols, illus. by Christopher Corr, Sara Fanelli, Cathie Felstead, Satoshi Kitamura and Jane Ray.3/5(1).

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