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Navy Blue
Broken hymns. Desperate prayers. Tales of first heroes. Stories of the street. The poems in...
Wait
In the writing of Wait, Ned Baeck intends to cut through the dishonesty and abuse...
We are no longer the smart kids in class
From the drunk tank to the graduate seminar, We are no longer the smart kids...
In her first collection of poems, Suzanne Robertson meditates on the nature of intimacy; the connective tissue that binds stranger to stranger, human to animal, soul to landscape, heart to mind. Inspired by the Buddhist paramitas -- actions that spark a spiritual sojourn, the poems attempt to both transcend and stay grounded in a conventional universe. Follow the humourous, pedestrian plight of a secretary/writer grappling with her noonday demon, her love affair with Little Black, and the metamorphosis of her marriage as she harnesses the practical power of poetry, marrying words "to the wind horse," "to the lies and the...
Paramita, Little Black

Suzanne Robertson
2011
Paramita, Little Black
Washing Off the Raccoon Eyes
Arguments for Lawn Chairs
Bending the Continuum
Subway Medusa
Exaltation in Cadmium Red
Footsteps on the Ceiling