But that's no reason for you to think that you won't enjoy it. Dec 01, Kristen rated it really liked it Shelves: young-adult , poetry. This is a great anthology of poetry focused on the theme "what is truth". MOst of the poems are very short, some rhyme and some don't, diverse poets. Good for teaching tool as well as browsing. Oct 25, Jonna rated it really liked it.
Okay book. I love poetry but this book is a little hard to understand. Oct 07, Sandy rated it really liked it Shelves: poetry. This collection of poems was gathered from different eras and cultures, about truth and telling lies. It contains a 43 page bibliography, an index of authors names, and an index of titles.
Aug 12, Joe rated it really liked it. Great collection of modern and classic poetry about truth, lies, and human experience. I love the introduction as well! Jack rated it it was amazing Sep 08, Karen rated it liked it May 29, Greg Jardin rated it liked it Sep 21, Edward Sullivan rated it really liked it Apr 08, Esther Schnase rated it really liked it Sep 05, Emma Peterson rated it liked it Apr 17, Kayla Rae rated it liked it Sep 11, Holly Gaskill rated it did not like it Dec 08, Beverly rated it liked it Jul 01, Mary De Leon is currently reading it Oct 18, Fulton High added it Mar 22, MCDS added it Apr 01, Kylie marked it as to-read Dec 14, Courtney marked it as to-read Jan 06, Alina Borger added it Feb 28, Thought sanctuary added it Jul 07, Kory Wells added it Jul 20, Jorge marked it as to-read May 22, Lorena marked it as to-read Jul 12, Mary marked it as to-read Apr 20, Chugiak High added it Oct 28, ErinJ marked it as to-read Sep 16, Mark Flory added it Oct 30, Edgardo marked it as to-read Dec 09, Chloe marked it as to-read Jan 22, Lakayla Price marked it as to-read Apr 18, Preetha Gopinath marked it as to-read May 23, Candice Bailey marked it as to-read Jan 10, Olds released a collection of selected poems, Strike Sparks , in The poems circle a profound atheism in which the physical body is a document of being; physical experience is the primary mode of forming and physical contact the primary human relationship.
Eliot prize. In awarding the T. There is a grace and chivalry in her grief that marks her out as being a world-class poet. Her journey from grief to healing is so beautifully executed. In her Salon interview , Olds addressed the aims of her poetry. I am not a… How can I put it?
I write the way I perceive, I guess. Just being an ordinary observer and liver and feeler and letting the experience get through you onto the notebook with the pen, through the arm, out of the body, onto the page, without distortion. Olds has won numerous awards for her work, including fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts.
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Widely anthologized, her work has also been published in a number of journals and magazines. Camonghne Felix is our president, a damn good poet, and a wonderful human. She sits down with Franny and Danez to talk about romance, heartbreak, flowers and phalanges, and her Danez and Franny dive deep with Divedapper creator, poet, professor, and voracious reader Kaveh Akhbar. The squad talks Twitter, trees, memorizing poems while in love, and the Milwaukee Bucks, plus Olds's works have been translated into Italian, Chinese, French, and Russian.
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Hey I'm hungry now Are you done complaining? Are you so weak? Would you unwittingly make me into one who demands lies of you? Questions I don't want to wonder Was it that? What was it? What did I say? I mean can these words come from me? I mean can the person I am Truly be responsible for its writing? Did I mention that you make the days better?
Did I mention how much happier I am with you in my life? I have now. I just did. You Should Give Up! Open your mouth now! I should give up?
Say that to my face! Go on