Kate Reavey

Too Small to Hold You

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Description

Yet the reality he relates in his conversations contrasts with the elusive relationship he has with the woman he is talking to and with another woman sitting alone at a table, as well as conflicting with the fanciful workings of his mind. Two childhood visions, one of a merry-go-round which has become symbolic to him and, the other, the words of advice from his mother, keep recurring throughout his story, explaining much of his adult behavior.

Additional information

Weight 2.6 oz
Dimensions 5.5 × 0.4 × 8.6 in
Format

Paperback

Author

Kate Reavey

ISBN

978-1-929355-05-1

Amazon

http://a.co/4F6U5ii

Original Language

English

Publish Date

6/15/2000

Page/Word Count

40 pages

Praise

a mother's struggle with cancer, a new house built, as this poet so ably makes clear. –Alice Derry, but because our lives do, by fog, by sun. Underneath, calling us to take the risks our lives present, not because safety lies there, protecting those it shelters. Risk the wind, the death of several friends. A lot for such a young life. As we read, the nurturing of two small children, the small daughter urges here parents in "Birds." And the poems do, the wood's strength carries on, These poems have weathered a lot: relationship and marriage, we see the poems have weathered in the same way boards from our western red cedar assume the silver patina deal out by rain

Imprint

PBSCB

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