Swallows and Waves

Swallows and Waves Seated one loved by the lavishing comband fingers of another woman demon strating how attention and technique coalesceinto art Where to gowhen the mother is gone All occupations form to replace her W

  • Title: Swallows and Waves
  • Author: Paula Bohince
  • ISBN: 9781941411155
  • Page: 368
  • Format: Paperback
  • Swallows and Waves

    Seated one, loved by the lavishing comband fingers of another woman demon strating how attention and technique coalesceinto art Where to gowhen the mother is gone.All occupations form to replace her.What relief to be a girl again for an hour,beneath the practiced wrists of her avatar.Paula Bohince is the author of The Children and Incident at the Edge of Bayonet Woods HeSeated one, loved by the lavishing comband fingers of another woman demon strating how attention and technique coalesceinto art Where to gowhen the mother is gone.All occupations form to replace her.What relief to be a girl again for an hour,beneath the practiced wrists of her avatar.Paula Bohince is the author of The Children and Incident at the Edge of Bayonet Woods Her poems have appeared in the New Yorker, the New York Review of Books, Poetry, Granta, the Nation, and elsewhere.

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    One thought on “Swallows and Waves

    1. Laura

      Lacks the lyricism I was looking for but these are strong, place-centered poems. The poem that led me to seek out this collection is still my favorite (p. 16) Maples

    2. Matt

      This book length poetry project seems to be one poem a piece reflecting on, and bringing to life, a particular Japanese painting? Or so it seems-- it's explicitly ekphrastic, and maybe to too extreme a degree, since it returns to these narrative moments in most of the poems, though the paintings, from what little I can tell, appear to be still-lifes, that is, more interested in arrangement in space than in duration and change. It's not really a critique, it's more of an observation.Most of the p [...]

    3. Mary

      These are lovely poems, based on old Japanese scroll paintings and wood block prints. While the poet paints a lovely picture and creates a scene in the reader's mind - I wish I could have been looking at the artwork while reading the words to get even more of a connection. Luckily, I was able to find many online.

    4. Robin

      Absolutely beautiful. In an ideal world, I'd love for these poems to be paired with the art they're actually based on - but they work as stand-alone entities. Absolutely beautiful imagery and language.

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