including The Gettysburg Review, American Literary Review, The Adirondack Review, Spoon River Quarterly, and Santa Barbara Review. This collection of serious and light verse does what poetry is expected to do: challenge and move the reader to confront his/her own feelings, perceptions, and experiences of being alive.
|Publisher:||Laughing Fire Press|
|Product dimensions:||0.44(w) x 8.50(h) x 5.50(d)|
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Gulls Hold Up the Sky is a smashing collection of light verse and arresting poetry. If J. Patrick Lewis's fame as a poet for the young has distracted notice from the broad sweep of his talent, this overdue gathering for adults should come as an eye-opener. . . . With bracing wit, tremendous skill, and generous feeling, Lewis proves himself a poet for all ages, and who knows? maybe for the ages as well.