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Its so rare that someone could have you captivated in poetry, well for me anyways! Guys, you have to read this, its really, i mean reallllllllly good.Published 18 months ago by Gee
Amazing verses written when the author was almost 80, almost 20 years after his well-deserved Nobel prize! Impeccable rhyming that isn't apparent until you look for it.Published on August 6, 2013 by Ed
Evocative details create wondrous images in this fine book of poetry. The work is reminiscent of the poems of Wallace Stevens in the sensual detail and in the stoicism but somehow... Read morePublished on April 22, 2012 by Priscilla Manwaring
This is one of the more delightful poetry I have read in a while. Derek Walcott is a master of language, landscapes and lives and his poems explore the intertwining of the eternal... Read morePublished on January 17, 2012 by reader69
I flip through this book on most frustrating days.
Tearfully positive and the power of the positivity moistures my dry-cracked abyss of the day.
Its just an insanely well written set of poems that transports you to the place, wherever that maybe, the grind, the touch and the the feelings in that moment. Superb!Published on July 20, 2011 by Charles Agboh