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A Blueness I Could Eat Forever

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 3, 2014

    FANTASTIC

    FANTASTIC
    The poet's lifetime of experiences provide rich material for these poems. The poems tell stories and really resonated with me. I especially enjoyed the poems about water and the sky. Many of the poems were very touching and had profound thoughts. I found this a very enjoyable read and will look for more books by this poet.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 14, 2014

    Nice

    I enjoyed reading this. I am not particularly fond of this type of poetry, but as a poet myself I loved the authors perspectice on life. This poetry kind of gave me a new way of looking at things. It put me in a good mood. I am glad i read it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 28, 2013

    S. M.

    Its allright i guess. I am not the kind of person to read poetry but i suggest that whoever reads this book share the feelings of the author especially since he talks a lot about his dead family in some poems and only one who has gone throght the same things know and can understand even a little about how he fealt at tha time. I always though books were like music that the kinds of books you read or write depend entirely on how you fell. I believe books are a way to express yourself that its a santuary in which you dont need to lie and in which you will never be betrayed...

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