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Ever By Ralph Adamo,

  • Title: Ever
  • Author: Ralph Adamo
  • ISBN: 9781935084556
  • Page: 310
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ever is a collection of poems begun at the turn of the 21st century, composed and revised through the beginning of the year 2013 In this, his 7th collection and his first following Waterblind New Selected Poems 2002 , Ralph Adamo writes about and through wars, hurricanes, issues as common and profound as work and time, and endurance of every sort He writes as welEver is a collection of poems begun at the turn of the 21st century, composed and revised through the beginning of the year 2013 In this, his 7th collection and his first following Waterblind New Selected Poems 2002 , Ralph Adamo writes about and through wars, hurricanes, issues as common and profound as work and time, and endurance of every sort He writes as well as about becoming a father after age 50 and raising two children in a time of transition and conflict The patterns and forms of these poems vary from tightly controlled couplets through prose poetry and various experimental turns of language At times painfully lucid, at times opaque, often simultaneously personal and universal, Adamo s poems seek that most elusive goal truth as far as language can pursue it, and while truth may remain unfathomable and inexpressible, these poems never waver in their seeking.
    Ever Ever is a collection of poems begun at the turn of the st century composed and revised through the beginning of the year In this his th collection and his first following Waterblind New Sele

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    1. Back Cover Praise for Ralph Adamo and Ever An I relays the story in its not story way With traces of story The sound is uniquely of its city in a nearly, not named way Attuned to its humidfied breezes and the fan blade s indispensable turning Home is the sole locale, the nucleus, ever so The voice struggles to end its own noise, not to inventory only regrets and losses, rattled and battered cycling through the dead, friends and kin, pictures, the stalactites of memory and bars in which years mus [...]

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