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Selected poems from a lifetime of published and unpublished poems by poet and translator William Elliott.Poems include: Deeper Dark There is a dark deeper Than shadows' darkness: Remember the air Blanketing the pages In a closed book, where Darkness is utter. Pointed Out A covey of quail Flushed from my brain Flutter to new cover Here in the bramble of a poem, Pretty well-camouflaged. What Distance Grew Above the vacant lot streetlights arranged The night in floating parallelograms; Light licked along the wires, our voices Greeted there and quarreled horizontally Between embarrassed poles, beyond the lights' Dominion. Beside a lake, above a hill, Ravens wrapped their claws around our costly Quarreling and never knew what distance Grew within their tight objective grasp.
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|Publisher:||Level 4 Press, Inc.|
|Edition description:||First Edition, First edition|
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 8.80(h) x 0.30(d)|
About the Author
William I. Elliott first arrived in Japan in 1960 to teach literature at Kanto Gakuin University. Hehas published seven books of poems and hasco-translated twenty-five volumes of Japanese poetry. Awards include TSL-sponsored Sasagawa Prize and American Book Award.