The Reservoir by Patrick L. Lysons

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"Lysons has an ear for the lift and lilt of poetry, but this collection lacks an effective structure, and the poems require re-examination for clarity and context."
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A fusion of images; a sequence of concepts built one upon the other; a use of the ordinary, physical landscape to escape the boundaries of ordinary descriptions or interpretations. A theme of change: mutability-even death. A paradigm of paradoxes that explode in transparent colors of a desert mountain, a gushing stream, a surface nihilism that curls back on itself, becoming an infinite resource for ideas, images. A poetry that honors traditional forms yet creates its own design for experiential language.
 

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Published April 15, 2015 by Xlibris. 90 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction
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on Mar 14 2016

"Lysons has an ear for the lift and lilt of poetry, but this collection lacks an effective structure, and the poems require re-examination for clarity and context."

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