Memory of Blue

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3rd collection of poems BLURB: Such a gift, to find song in what is right in front of us—over and over, Jacqueline Kolosov attends to the moment, so that even a cup of tea conjures prayer, and a kettle’s whistle becomes “a threshold into the unknown.” These poems capture the grace of the everyday. Here, sunflowers spring up from the spilled seeds of birdfeeders, and her “light-filled lines” raise our lives into the realm of the luminous. If Pierre Bonnard or Berthe Morisot had used metaphor and sound to celebrate the “ordinary world,” they might have come up with some equivalent of Memory of Blue. Theodore Deppe
Original languageEnglish
PublisherSalmon UK
StatePublished - May 1 2014


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