September : poems / Rachel Jamison Webster.

Author
Webster, Rachel J. [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Evanston, Ill. : TriQuarterly Books/Northwestern University Press, 2013.
Description
x, 90 p. ; 22 cm.

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Notes
Collected poems, some previously published.
Contents
September you become me -- Lingua -- When we saw it -- Leaves -- The inversion -- Yom Kippur -- Bleeding heart -- American terminal -- X -- The call -- How did we come to be the ones whose feet are being washed? -- I know why I make the past a destination -- Lookout -- The bone -- Cheyenne -- Manzanita -- Eurydice -- Pomme -- The floating dock -- Late September -- Kauai -- Kalihiwai -- Held -- I never said yes, I just never said no -- Cream of the pour is the cream of skin thickening -- Maybe gravity -- Ocean and integer -- Late August -- Eucharist -- Fired in the body -- The second of September -- Equinox -- One -- Birth is when we recall ourselves -- Often she'd drop into fathomless -- Milk -- In the skin tent the heart was a fire -- The sea came up and drowned -- Container garden -- Dolphins at seven weeks -- At the DQ -- Oh, I have that too -- The endangered species carousel -- Like playing two instruments at once -- Metaphor of the room -- Children together -- Early childhood -- Hour -- Double vision -- Through hooded clouds untranslatable, once -- After the caverns -- Ozone alert day -- The brain of the world was recalling itself -- Wintering -- La Porte -- It had to end.
ISBN
  • 9780810152311 (pbk. : alk. paper)
  • 0810152312 (pbk. : alk. paper)
LCCN
2012051060
OCLC
816564650
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