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The Language of Spring: Poems for the Season of Renewal Hardcover – April 15, 2003
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About the Author
Robert Atwan is founding editor of the Best American Essays series. His previous poetry anthologies include Chapters Into Verse, Divine Inspiration, and A Mind of Winter: Poems for a Snowy Season
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This 93 page volume of poetry has some wonderful material with the theme being spring: "poems for the season of renewal." Some of the poems in this collection are as follows: (May Sarton) "Metamorphosis" (Aileen Kelly) "Equinox" (Philip Larkin) "The Trees" (Maxine Kumin) "Relearning the Language of April" and "Late Snow" (Walt Whitman) "Out of May's Shows Selected" (John Updike) "Touch of Spring" (James Tate) "Spring was begging to be born" (William Shakespeare) "From you have I been absent" (Mary Oliver) "Spring" (D.H. Lawrence) "The Enkindled Spring" (Elizabeth Bishop) "A Cold Spring" (Emily Dickinson) "A Light exists in Spring" and "A little Madness in the Spring." (A. E. Housman) "Lovliest of trees, the cherry now" (Robert Frost) " A Prayer in Spring."
If you are a poetry lover you may want to add this collection to your book shelf. I enjoyed reading this collection.
Rating: 4 Stars. Joseph J. Truncale (Author: The Samurai Soul: An old warrior's poetic tribute)