Where she always was : poems /

In his foreword, J.D. McClatchy speaks of the musical qualities of Lindsay's work: ""It is impossible, reading her poems, not to hear a musical hand at work. This is not just a matter of delicacy or virtuosity. It is also a matter of knowing how to phrase a line... Lindsay moves from...

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Main Author: Lindsay, Frannie.
Format: Book Electronic
Language:English
Published:Logan : Utah State University Press, ©2004.
Series:May Swenson Poetry Award series.
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Table of Contents:
  • Foreword / J.D. McClatchy
  • Part 1
  • Gathering Him In
  • Rain Turning to Snow
  • Feral Kittens
  • Missing
  • For Nadja
  • Gradual Clearing
  • Ladybug
  • Taking off My Cross
  • Kiss, Afterward
  • Dog, Napping
  • Happiness
  • Magnolia
  • Rapunzel Descending
  • Part 2
  • Respects
  • Mother's Goldfish
  • I Liked My Mother Best
  • Bad Dog Man
  • Underneath
  • Saturday Mornings, 1954
  • By the Lake
  • Remembering Stars
  • Square Dance, 1956
  • Cello Lessons
  • The Correction
  • Midas Alone
  • Vigil
  • Chagall's Floating Woman
  • Personal Effects
  • Unafraid
  • Mother
  • Urn
  • Part 3
  • Cold Front
  • Midas's Daughter at Fifty
  • Aging Nude
  • Lines on a Window
  • Cinderella at Work
  • Thaw
  • Antiphon
  • Lighters and Knives
  • The Clothesline Project
  • White Shirt
  • Eve In Exile
  • Nowhere Near Bethlehem
  • Magdalene Bathing
  • Should This Become Ordinary
  • Old Dog
  • Remains
  • Silent Night
  • Blessing at the End of Time
  • Pyre
  • Where She Always Was
  • Benediction.