"It is a collection of poetry written by the poet, mindful of the epic proportions of poetry, and the musicality of language, the seasons, and the evolution of America. The seasons forever form the structural sky, earth, and people. Originally the possible lyrics of a musical cantata, the poems have taken on a robust exploration of the evolving impact of the world, especially American History events- 1965 Selma To Montgomery Civil Rights march and Vietnam. Thanksgiving, Christmas and Halloween are imbued with historic/contemporary contrasts. The compositions of Aaron Copland, the American tractor, the Westward Movement burgeon out of the four seasons, within American History.
Classical, biblical and primitive mythologies and Jungian psychology, celebrate old myths and the emergence of contemporary myths.
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Published November 18, 2009
Literature & Fiction.