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  • Paperback
  • 67
  • Circadian (Penguin Poets)
  • Joanna Klink
  • English
  • 13 September 2020
  • 9780143038849

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free download Circadian (Penguin Poets) Joanna Klink À 9 read & download download é E-book, or Kindle E-pub À Joanna Klink S Joanna Klink offers us patterns of glowing alertness and shared life patterns that speak to the flickering circuit between inner and outer landscapes that bind each beating heart to the pull of the tide. Lovely elegaic eco oriented poems blurring boundaries between self world making beauty happen in those new spaces

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free download Circadian (Penguin Poets) Joanna Klink À 9 read & download download é E-book, or Kindle E-pub À Joanna Klink A beautiful new collection from an acclaimed poet The poems in Joanna Klink's passionate new collection Circadian take as their guiding vision circadian clocks Moved by the presence and withdrawal of ligh. Marvelous syntactical inventions pleasurable associative movement She s been reading Brigit Pegeen Kelley and like Kelley can veer along the edges of preciousness but also Laura Jensen Bad Boats

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free download Circadian (Penguin Poets) Joanna Klink À 9 read & download download é E-book, or Kindle E-pub À Joanna Klink T these internal clocks influence rhythms of sleeping and waking the opening and closing of flowers the speed at which the heart pumps blood the migratory cycles of birds With love poems and wintry prayer. Ugh So much wasted potential The words in these poems are beautiful and Klink uses a ton of figurative language but there s such thing as too much of a good thing which is the case with most of the poems in Circadian The poems are about nature the seasons snow stars rivers and seas I got distracted easily while reading mainly due to Klink s weird aversion to periods after three four or ten stanzas without pause my brain started turning to mush as so many ideas jumbled together Klink likes to use similes and metaphors in succession so that by the time you ve finished the sentence you can barely remember the original subject of the poem I also find her a little repetitive which is something I m picky about as I prefer poets who use economy of words well For exampleAnd the pale blue beryl waters the emeraldsand other beryls the natural blue stones below the supplewaterstones and the evanescence of sea through lightthat separates all the colors of daylight from their mineral lusterthe new grasses on the beaches the plusher greens they portend even the gray and speckled greens of human eyesFrom Blue IcePoems that I likedSea Levels Porch in Snow Hourglass the first half anyways2528 89% poems that I liked