The word allow has roots in the Latin verb laudare, to praise. These poems seek to allow the music of that which is muted in a world of bellowing. In Section I light plays on the veined ways of vegetation, of poetry, of eros. Section II illuminates states of alienation and longing. The fierce light of Swift bu s in Section IV; these poems lament Newfoundland's losses and celebrate its landscape, language, and culture.
Item Publish Date: 1994 / 03 / 31
Measurements: 8 in X 5 in X 6.00 mm
Weight: 0.095 kg
Page Count: 64