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by Emily Hiestand,Laure-Anne Bosselaar
Author: Emily Hiestand,Laure-Anne Bosselaar
Publisher: Milkweed Editions; 1st edition (June 27, 2000)
Category: Imaginative Literature
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Having always mused over the matter of why so many poets write poems about nature when most modern poets live in cities (or at least in non-rural settings), it was refreshing to discover this book. It is a strong collection of poets mostly wrtiing in their voices about their experiences (most importantly) as we suspect they truly are.
by Laure-Anne Bosselaar and Emily Hiestand.
book by Emily Hiestand. Deep in the concrete canyons of even the largest cities, nature lurks. by Laure-Anne Bosselaar and Emily Hiestand. With poems from more than 130 emerging poets, this book celebrates the nature found firmly ensconced in the urban jungles, from salamanders to horses.
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Urban Nature: Poems About Wildlife in the City. Angela the upside down girl, and other domestic travels. Angela the Upside-Down Girl.
About her work, the poet Charles Simic has said, "Laure-Anne Bosselaar understands the complexities and the endless contradictions of our contemporary.
Popular Nature poems by famous poets including Robert Frost, Emily Dickinson, Rudyard Kipling and John Keats. The power, ingenuity, and sheer beauty found in nature has always fascinated mankind. The power, ingenuity, and sheer beauty found in nature have inspired poets for centuries. Popular outdoor poems and creative poetry about nature are good for the body and soul. When we look at powerful ocean waves rolling in, we cannot help but feel small and powerless in comparison. Mighty trees in a vast forest inspire feelings of insignificance and awe.
It shows the grandeur of nature and how many different things it encompasses.
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One more recommendation, of a book by a card-carrying teacher of science but an unabashed devotee of poetry, as well.
This collection is at once broader and more sharply-focused. As Emily Hiestand observes, in a lucid and informed prefatory essay to the volume, "Ideas about nature are famously malleable. The word 'nature' can mean 'everything that is,'. Just as often 'nature' is used in contradistinction to 'culture. One more recommendation, of a book by a card-carrying teacher of science but an unabashed devotee of poetry, as well.
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