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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780873387163
  • Publisher: Kent State University Press
  • Publication date: 8/1/2001
  • Series: Wick Poetry First Book Series
  • Pages: 72
  • Sales rank: 891,762
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.30 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Foreword
Honey and John the Baptist 3
Engine Work 5
Distillation 6
Dogwood 8
Night Blooming Cereus 10
Engine Work: Variations 11
Vernacular 13
A Parable of the Body 15
Summer Birds 16
Landscape of Heaven 17
Charles Darwin and the Theology of Natural Science 18
Static Narrative: Lake Marion Photograph, Late Summer 19
Parable of the Trees 20
Snakebite 22
Testament 23
Chesapeake Revelation, 1786 24
1. The World Made Flesh 30
2. Rites of Servitude 31
3. The Long Journey 32
4. The Miracle at Cana 33
5. A Parable 34
6. In the House of the Lord 35
7. After Lazarus 36
8. Approaching the Kingdom 37
9. At Jerusalem 38
10. The Lord's Supper 39
11.Gethsemene 40
12. Coda: The Body of Judas 42
Prayer to My Living Father 45
Broken Glass 46
The Garden in Solitude 48
Provision 50
Driftwood Table 51
The Room Reserved for Judas 52
Photograph: The Geese 53
The Gardener 54
Triptych: Christ's Sermon to God from the Wilderness 55
The Heaven of Memory 58
The Judas Tree 59
On the Nature of Starlings 60
The Pilgrimage of Lazarus 62
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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 15, 2001

    awesome first collection

    i have to rate this book with addonizio's _The Philosopher's Club_ and Kate Light's _Laws of Falling Bodies_ as my favorite first books. It's a powerful work. Most of the poems are religious/spiritual, which Creech handles with a skill you don't see anymore. even if you're like me and don't particularly enjoy religious poems, you'll like these. i wish i had more space here to go more in depth, but you have to get this book.

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