I was disappointed with the feel of the cover, it felt almost like a coating of grease/dust, not a "clean" feel like a new book has.Published 12 days ago by therese L. Dalke
My first exposure to Mary Oliver's poetry. I enjoyed the poems, especially "The Moth, The Mountains, The Rivers","Hum, Hum" and "The Man Who Has Many... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Judy Croome
36 poems. So thin it's almost not even a book.
Even worse, the poems were very weak in this collection.
Mary Oliver's poetry speaks directly to my heart. She has a unique way of expressing the natural world.Published 28 days ago by Nancy Cardin
Mary Oliver is always a delight to read. Uplifting and makes ones day.Published 1 month ago by Patricia J. Connell
As with any of Mary Oliver's poetry books, the poems are wonderful and the writing is sublime!Published 1 month ago by Womansong
How could anyone who loves nature, animals, poetry ..God ..not appreciate Mary Oliver? She never ceases to amaze me in the way she can address the spiritual and the mystical in a... Read morePublished 1 month ago by C. Helton
I feast on all of Mary Oliver's poetry and I continually add her work to my library. Her early morning observations are fresh and inviting. Read morePublished 1 month ago by California Girl