Kathleen Brewin Lewis
Fluent in Rivers
September 13, 2019 Comments.. 471
Fluent in Rivers In this lyrical chapbook of poetry Kathleen Brewin Lewis writes of a hunger to know and connect with the natural environment to crack the botanic bones of this evergreen world pry ripe marrow Her s
  • Title: Fluent in Rivers
  • Author: Kathleen Brewin Lewis
  • ISBN: 9781938853647
  • Page: 494
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this lyrical chapbook of poetry, Kathleen Brewin Lewis writes of a hunger to know and connect with the natural environment, to crack the botanic bones of this evergreen world, pry ripe marrow Her subject matter includes moths, hawks, herons, sumac, daylilies, brown trout and brown pelicans, blue crabs, coyotes, camellias, sunrises and sunsets Whether writing about gIn this lyrical chapbook of poetry, Kathleen Brewin Lewis writes of a hunger to know and connect with the natural environment, to crack the botanic bones of this evergreen world, pry ripe marrow Her subject matter includes moths, hawks, herons, sumac, daylilies, brown trout and brown pelicans, blue crabs, coyotes, camellias, sunrises and sunsets Whether writing about growing up in coastal Georgia or fly fishing in Utah, shucking corn or pruning trees, Lewis is mindful of the beauty around her and feels the pull and tug of the tide of memory Fluent in Rivers is rich in language and longing.
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    1. Melissa Jennings says:

      Full review at melissaljenningsI wasn t affected by this collection in the slightest, however, I can see how other people could enjoy it Lewis collection is visually beautiful, but I found it difficult to connect to the poetry If you enjoy nature poetry, then this is for you.

    2. Diane Kistner says:

      From the ChapbookAUBADE IN A TIME OF RAINAll night it fell,falls still, and sothere will be no blushingby the sky this morning,no wisps of young lightto slip through the shutters,coax our eyes open, and yetyou wake,as if it were any other day,stir, turn toward meamid the gray thrummingto tender the embracethat comes, I now know,in rain or shineNDSCAPE WITH RIVER BIRCHThere is no river here,just a gunite swimming pool.You were planted for your bark,crispy curls of taupe, cinnamon, cream.But you g [...]

    3. FutureCycle Press says:

      We are the publisher, so all of our authors get five stars from us.Excerpts

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