PoemsUnknown - 2003
In these poems, Michelle Boisseau troubles sound into music and light into color. She renders the physics of absence and the deceptions of presence: a garage full of haunted tools, the ordinary and odd lives embodied in medieval paintings, the voice of a father traveling on radio waves. The poems' contemplative, rigorous intelligence affirms pleasure in the fallen world, picking out the golden thread in a dark tapestry. Moving through us in waves of light and sound, the words and trappings of the material world brim here with spiritual force and resonate with the power of things poised on the brink of revelation: trembling the air.
Publisher: Fayetteville : University of Arkansas Press, 2003.
Branch Call Number: 811.54 BOISSEAU
Characteristics: x, 74 pages ; 22 cm.
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