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Unfortunately I ordered this for my Kindle instead of the book version. The font is different for each poem and it does not make for good reading on a tablet at all.Published 1 month ago by dpditto
I didn't know the name Mary Oliver or anything about her poetry until sometime during the past few months. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jim in NC
Excellent and very thought-provoking words that one can read over and over again, and still gain new insight into the poem.Published 3 months ago by Bonnie L. Brave
Our bodies cry for more than water. I listen into her kind voice and I feel the touch of her joy and I begin to learn how to bear sorrow.Published 4 months ago by Lawrence Johnson
Profound, sometimes simple (but not simplistic) poems on grief, faith, and the natural world. One of my favorite poems is in this book, "After Her Death."Published 5 months ago by Paul T. Corrigan
I’d expected to love this one because it was the book published after Oliver’s partner of 50 years died and supposedly was a beautiful meditation on grief. I didn’t get that. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Mark