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Gathering the Pieces

Carol Lem

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ISBN 10: 0965523926 / ISBN 13: 9780965523929
Published by Greenhouse Review Press
Condition: GOOD Soft cover
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Title: Gathering the Pieces

Publisher: Greenhouse Review Press

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:GOOD

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Poetry. Asian American Studies. The poems in GATHERING THE PIECES are remarkable for their quiet insight and humility, for their keen attention to and transformation of the small details of a life. Carol Lem's is a true voice in sure command of her craft, and her clear and accessible vision gives us poems that reveal profound and essential understanding. Her themes are the transience of our lives and at the same time the beauty of nature that sustains us. Carol Lem's poems seem to rise from love of friends, teachers, the art of teaching, the art of learning, and music, the bamboo flute, the notes, the silence between them, the hush at the end. Philip Levine, in a lovely tribute poem, tells the poet she "knows what work is. You know . . . and you do it." Writing poetry is as ordinary as a day shift and, at the same time, fundamentally mysterious. Carol Lem knows how to do it.

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Carol Lem, who lives in Sierra Madre, California and teaches creative writing and literature at East Los Angeles College, is the author of Searchings, Grassroots, Don t Ask Why, The Hermit, The Hermit s Journey: Tarot Poems for Meditation, Moe (Remembrance), and The Shadow of the Plum. A reading of selected poems from SHADOW OF THE PLUM may be heard on her CD, Shadow of the Bamboo, with music by Masakazu Yoshizawa.

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