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Persian Pony

Persian Pony

Michael McClure

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Editorial:
Ekstasis Editions America
Año de edición:
2018
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Poesía
ISBN:
9781732445840
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A new book of poems by Michael McClure is a cause for celebration. One of the readers at the historic Six Gallery reading, McClure has been an influential and inspired cultural presence in American literature for the past six decades. His poetry offers a radical aesthetic that is original and profound. In Persian Pony, his new book of poems, McClure writes with conviction and authority, addressing the metaphysical vision at the heart of his work with lyric precision. Persian Pony expands on personal themes – the poetry of science and the inner and outer dimensions of life – also including homages to inspired friends, such as Sterling Bunnel and David Meltzer, and Blakean nature meditations. Like electrons in a spiral cosmos, the poems of Persian Pony rise in an operatic wave, revealing a master poet at the height of his powers whose eco-visionary and bio-linguistic awareness extends the borders of consciousness, enlarging our world with passionate observation. 3

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