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Sanskrit of the Body By W.B. Keckler William Keckler,

  • Title: Sanskrit of the Body
  • Author: W.B. Keckler William Keckler
  • ISBN: 9780142003039
  • Page: 269
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this mesmerizing collection, W B Keckler crafts an expansive travelogue of the human spirit that moves thoughtfully through multiple ages, cultures, and beings Each brief poem explores in depth, through pensive, evocative images, aspects of the human condition and their place within the rich continuum of animal existence Keckler presents these poems in a fugal form,In this mesmerizing collection, W B Keckler crafts an expansive travelogue of the human spirit that moves thoughtfully through multiple ages, cultures, and beings Each brief poem explores in depth, through pensive, evocative images, aspects of the human condition and their place within the rich continuum of animal existence Keckler presents these poems in a fugal form, uniting the individual works in what the poet describes as a holistic formalism that reveals the poems powerful collective meaning Lives and afterlives are explored with equal care as Keckler attempts to restore the concept of spirit in a modern world often overwhelmed by materialistic priorities.
    Sanskrit of the Body In this mesmerizing collection W B Keckler crafts an expansive travelogue of the human spirit that moves thoughtfully through multiple ages cultures and beings Each brief poem explores in depth th

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    1. Beauty should always be arbitratybrightness of fields in the mind Sugar spills on a Ouija Board She wets her finger and licks it up the spider carries nothingbut hungeruntil it finds life and its transparency fills upwith other bodiesand their bloodin its glass bellywarms its opaque This collection I am very much enjoying so far, after having read its first section.Sometimes I am not a big fan of lots of nature imagery, but this language is uniquely descriptive enough to be quite engaging, even [...]

    2. By the deuce how did the adolescent and the neighbor meet is beyond me They don t seem to seed receiving messages, yet the neighbor is some type of mind reader Very descriptive and beautiful with the ending Some poems don t have a sure ending but this one is beautiful.By this I assume poetry is for eloquent receptive responders To ponder without a sense of humor is beyond me but try these shapes with a grain of coArse salt for a light experience I am also not very familiar with all the used word [...]

    3. A beautiful facility with the appropriately surprising image Chosen for the National Poetry series by Mary Oliver, which makes sense as there s a similar looking into going on here looking into the bodies of spiders,the act of purging books, the skeleton of the moon I found out, true enough, that spiders are quiet glass, and that, Death s a sort of aspic all bodies are trapped in I m better for knowing it.

    4. SanSkirt of the Body re affirmed my belief in the future of American poetry Keckler is endlessly inventive with his forms, topics, and word choices Each poem is a delightful snow globe one shakes and watches as the language swirls around and delicately settles Don t miss this one

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