Flying Fall

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Flying Fall is a book of poetry that follows the author's first book, Looking at the Moon. Beginning her junior year of college and ending that same year, Flying Fall depicts a young adult's year of opposites. After many recent accomplishments and earned achievements, the author finds herself wondering, what next? She examines pressures of expectations, relationships, isolation, and future outcomes. Through chronologically expressing her ideas, lessons, turmoil, and realizations, Clark discovers many truths among...

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Flying Fall is a book of poetry that follows the author's first book, Looking at the Moon. Beginning her junior year of college and ending that same year, Flying Fall depicts a young adult's year of opposites. After many recent accomplishments and earned achievements, the author finds herself wondering, what next? She examines pressures of expectations, relationships, isolation, and future outcomes. Through chronologically expressing her ideas, lessons, turmoil, and realizations, Clark discovers many truths among ironies. She soon learns that the challenges she faces provide her with development and the will to conquer anything. Furthermore, she leaves her personal roots only to be drawn back to them again. Through various youthful experiences, this book of poetry delineates an honest portrayal of the importance of family, home, true friends, and the coming of age recognition of a paradoxical world.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781413775853
  • Publisher: Publish America
  • Publication date: 6/13/2005
  • Pages: 254
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.58 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 7, 2007

    Outstanding

    I've just completed Clark's Flying Fall and was fascinated with such a different approach to poetry. The book is a chapter of the poets life and is in chronological diary form. The words are simple and direct but get under the skin. Furthermore, it's aimed for a varied audience from young adult to 80 year olds, to the common hard worker to scholars. It's the most different type of poetic book I have ever read, I loved it, and hope other people like me give this poetry a chance and understand it.

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