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Now You Care By Di Brandt,

  • Title: Now You Care
  • Author: Di Brandt
  • ISBN: 9781552451274
  • Page: 233
  • Format: Paperback
  • In Now You Care, her fifth collection of poetry, Di Brandt voices a passionate argument against environmental degradation and a plea for psychic transformation in our violent times Tuned in to the toxic fallout of over industrialization and war, these poems face the dark side of our postmodern climate with a language that doesn t give in They tremble and shake, they rageIn Now You Care, her fifth collection of poetry, Di Brandt voices a passionate argument against environmental degradation and a plea for psychic transformation in our violent times Tuned in to the toxic fallout of over industrialization and war, these poems face the dark side of our postmodern climate with a language that doesn t give in They tremble and shake, they rage against despair, they speak against death and wrestle with the fateful spirits of Armageddon to loosen their choke hold on humanity Perhaps we won t figure it out and the horizon is already on fire, and our best love will never be than an approximation of regret, but grass still grows between the cement blocks of the sidewalk to grin of the wild.
    Now You Care In Now You Care her fifth collection of poetry Di Brandt voices a passionate argument against environmental degradation and a plea for psychic transformation in our violent times Tuned in to the tox

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    1. Throb of buffaloherds, drummingunder the earth.Whiff of sagein the wind.Chokecherrybranches, bowing,heavy with fruit.Sob of grass.Wheels rumbling.Burning tipis,smoking flesh.I Thirst Dance,Ghost Dance,I Give Away Dance,Beg Dance Shot out childrenas the gatheredwood Skull Dance A mountain of bones St Norbert in July, after Louise Halfe, pg 26 Some days like pulling teeth, rotten roots.Staring down the barrel of the gun.Shooting the town clock.Forty days in the desert.Fifty days in the desert, no [...]

    2. Di Brandts poetry is energetic, often so full of energy that it threatens to break out of the page It s also brutally honest and that combination leaves the reader and poetry lover in awe and energized with healthy inspiration.

    3. It has a great point of view about the forgotten nature that it is now covered by a layer of industrial cities.

    4. 2.5 3 stars i dunno i guess i wasn t that into it, though it was sorta WELL_WRITTEN boring content compared to Questions I asked my mother which is way better.

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