Tree Line

Tree Line Robert Frost believed a poem should begin in delight and end in wisdom but in TREE LINE Judy Halebsky proves a poet never has to choose between the two her poems begin in both and end in both Smart

  • Title: Tree Line
  • Author: Judy Halebsky
  • ISBN: 9781936970254
  • Page: 323
  • Format: Paperback
  • Robert Frost believed a poem should begin in delight and end in wisdom, but in TREE LINE, Judy Halebsky proves a poet never has to choose between the two her poems begin in both and end in both Smart, sexy, thoughtful, and beautiful, Halebsky s lyrics are a masterful marriage of tradition and innovation This remarkable book loves many things language and landscape to bRobert Frost believed a poem should begin in delight and end in wisdom, but in TREE LINE, Judy Halebsky proves a poet never has to choose between the two her poems begin in both and end in both Smart, sexy, thoughtful, and beautiful, Halebsky s lyrics are a masterful marriage of tradition and innovation This remarkable book loves many things language and landscape to be sure but most of all, it loves this world and how we make our way in it Dean Rader

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      Published :2019-05-16T04:10:02+00:00

    About " Judy Halebsky "

  • Judy Halebsky

    Home places Halifax, Sacramento, Tokyo, Ocean Beach.Training Poetry, Calligraphy, Drawing, Walking, Listening.

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  • This is a poetry that attempts to push the fractal range of lyricism, incorporating associative leaps, Japanese ideographs, and self-referentialism into the landscape of the American lyric. That said, the poems often feel like they're trying too hard on many fronts, particularly trying to be cool. These poems could use a lot more heart and a lot less posturing to make it more than one of many like it.


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