Starshine & Clay

Starshine Clay We are making our lives up here on this bridge between starshine and clay Lucille Clifton Addressing tough circumstances tenderly this book is about life what we inherit what we create what shapes

  • Title: Starshine & Clay
  • Author: Kamilah Aisha Moon
  • ISBN: 9781935536956
  • Page: 127
  • Format: Paperback
  • We are making our lives up here on this bridge between starshine and clay Lucille Clifton Addressing tough circumstances tenderly, this book is about life what we inherit, what we create, what shapes us, what s possible.
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    426 Comment

    • Anastasia says:

      "Women carry rogue galaxies," indeedIt is difficult to write about excellent poetry without recourse to clich├ęs. "Sweeping range of themes," "riveting imagery," "quietly moving," etc. And yet, Moon's new collection truly is a riveting exploration of themes ranging from old age, illness, grief, lost (and still simmering) loves, politics, and cultural tourism - all done in a stunning, lapidary style.

    • D.A. says:

      Grief and sorrow cannot prevail where there exists such sympathetic and empathetic forces as those summoned in the poems of Kamilah Aisha Moon. A litany of deaths, both public and personal, sends shockwaves of violence through these pages with an almost overwhelming regularity. "I understand why many choose not to look--it really does take my breath away." But there is no surrender nor despondency here. Instead, there is within these words transmission of an elemental strength that transcends al [...]

    • Richard Schur says:

      This is a powerful collections of poems that deal with a wide range of social issues and personal themes. The poems are mesmerizing. I found that I would read two or three poems each day and then read over and over again.

    • M says:

      VoyeurWatch how a struck rivercomposes itself aftereach stone, rain.Watch the water noosethen let loosewhat it reflects.Watch me becomewoman as river & run, run, run!

    • Kyle says:

      To be honest, I'm not sure how to rate current poetry. But a friend gave me this, and it seems pretty good.

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