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Early Echoes By Carol Frith,

  • Title: Early Echoes
  • Author: Carol Frith
  • ISBN: 9781938853975
  • Page: 151
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this collection, the early echoes are the isolating sirens of patrol cars and ambulances in the darkness, along with poems of morning glories in urban alleyways, of seedy coffee shops and neglected stone fountains in vacant back yards These poems explore the present by reworking it in terms of the past Sonnets and villanelles alternate with free verse as present andIn this collection, the early echoes are the isolating sirens of patrol cars and ambulances in the darkness, along with poems of morning glories in urban alleyways, of seedy coffee shops and neglected stone fountains in vacant back yards These poems explore the present by reworking it in terms of the past Sonnets and villanelles alternate with free verse as present and past subsume and modify the solitary echoes of experience lived and reworded, abbreviated and re amplified Experience in these poems is concentric rather than linear, echoes of circles and spheres, of repetitions and refrains The subject matter is time self referential hours and decades, time at once alternating and static, cyclic and monolithic, alienating and echoing, time circular and frozen as stone.
    Early Echoes In this collection the early echoes are the isolating sirens of patrol cars and ambulances in the darkness along with poems of morning glories in urban alleyways of seedy coffee shops and neglected

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    1. From the Book A SUMMER DREAMThe foxing parchment of a memory we re smoothing linens on the unmade bed.I dream a summer moon, three sails, the sea.Whose summer is it This part is lost to me or vague Perhaps the moon s a sun I spreadthe foxing parchment of this memory pale vellum on the bed It s utterlyinvisible to you Some shadow s fedthis dream of mine a moon, three sails, the sea.You fold a quilt with patient sympathy.Perhaps the dream is something that I ve read the foxing parchment of a memor [...]

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