This collection of one-sided conversations with God, with its reigning motif of the Garden, is a worthy read, but in my opinion not among Gluck's best work. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Colleen M. Payton
It's not her fault -- her poetry just doesn't particularly speak to me. But I'll keep it and keep trying to get it.Published 17 months ago by J. Kerans
Let me begin by saying that I came dubiously to Gluck. I'd read several of her poems in a wonderful anthology of Poets Laureate published recently and was a bit put off by her... Read morePublished 17 months ago by MinnesotaMind
Gluck tests you.
What else do i need?
She stands the test of her times.
Life at it's richest.
I keep buying this wonderful and deep book because friends see it and want to. Take it home with them.Published 22 months ago by Sbl617
Beautiful writer. I like to read poetry one poem at a time and reflect on it. This is the case with this wonderful poet as well.Published 23 months ago by portquin
In The Wild Iris, Louise Glück addresses the core aspects of humanity: life, death, and love. Additionally, she emphasizes nature and its profound impact on everyday life. Read morePublished on November 18, 2012 by K.Campbell
Wow! I loved this poetry book! I don't know if I quite understand where Louise is coming from though. Is she being sarcastic towards religion? Read morePublished on September 29, 2012 by Desert Beauty