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Two Bowls of Milk

Two Bowls of Milk The poems of Stephanie Bolster s second collection move with delicacy and power whether focussing on a flock of snow geese on a flooded plain on the paintings of Jean Paul Lemieux or on two wasps i

  • Title: Two Bowls of Milk
  • Author: Stephanie Bolster
  • ISBN: 9780771015571
  • Page: 155
  • Format: Paperback
  • The poems of Stephanie Bolster s second collection move with delicacy and power, whether focussing on a flock of snow geese on a flooded plain, on the paintings of Jean Paul Lemieux, or on two wasps in a Pepsi can on the steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art These intimate acts of language create a space infused with stillness and an edgy expectation Here is a poetry oThe poems of Stephanie Bolster s second collection move with delicacy and power, whether focussing on a flock of snow geese on a flooded plain, on the paintings of Jean Paul Lemieux, or on two wasps in a Pepsi can on the steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art These intimate acts of language create a space infused with stillness and an edgy expectation Here is a poetry of engagement and mystery, in which truth is found in seepage and reversal the bowls of milk the colour of milk the two facing human profiles forming between them the shape of a vase This volume sketches a clear, unwavering arc through poems sometimes raw and painful, but always exquisite, and, ultimately, transformative Two Bowls of Milk confirms Stephanie Bolster as one of the most gifted new poets in Canada today.

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    1. This dome openedthe year of my birth.My whole life standson this wooden bridge, archedover water.Below, plump and goldenfish ripen.Foliage, hushed as silk, encroaches.- Life and Death in the Conservatory, pg. 6* * *Are two bowls of milk. They are roundand white and have nothing to dowith the moon. They have no implicationsof blindness, or sight. They waiton the doorstep like bowlsor like things that closely resemblebowls in their stillness. The bowls do notforeshadow cats. There are twobecause t [...]

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