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A literary clambake that includes poems such as Starry Nights from Afar, Hunting Big Foot, Solitary Man, Cool Jazz, ZZZ, Sometimes Dreams are Newlyweds, and Black Swan, to begin to quench your thirst for the magic that is poetry. Excerpt from the poem The Forgotten One : ...the forgotten one peers into a mirror from downtown cultivates a knowledge of his own heart... Excerpt from the poem Glaringly Obvious: Our greenest flower, carnal delight, is no namby-pamby routine but is sheer din dressed in repose. Excerpt from the poem Born Again: Your voice drops when I tell you we move within a movement of the stars and a sleeping moon. Excerpt from the poem Tasting Figs: We can taste hillside blue figs, watch skylarks, and discover oak that blends with the bones of saints from the Arabian woods to Oslo.
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Born in Honolulu, Richard Alan Bunch grew up in the Napa Valley. His poetry works include Rivers of the Sea, South by Southwest, and Collected Poems 1965-2011. He is the author of some stories such as The Night the Bulldozers Came, Whipped Cream, and The Gold Leaves of Autumn. His plays such as A Crude Awakening and The Fortune-Telling Parrot have appeared in several venues. His poetry has appeared in the Oregon Review, Cape Rock, Hawai i Review, Many Mountains Moving, Windsor Review, Poem, Black Mountain Review, Pinion, The Hurricane Review, and The Haight Ashbury Literary Journal.Review:
(Bunch s) poems are tight and lyrical. --Dana Gioia, author of Interrogations at Noon
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Book Description Infinity Publishing, 2014. Paperback. Condition: Good. Seller Inventory # mon0000478322