The Red Coat



Jane Ellen Glasser S Fifth Poetry Collection Begins And Ends On The Metaphor Of The Title S Image I Will Wear Gratitude Like A Red Coat, Forbearing The Shifting Seasons Of Hope And Doubt The Book Consists Of Six Sections, Beginning With An Affirmation Of A Good Life Despite Or Perhaps Because Of The Challenges And Difficulties Inescapable When One Has Lived A Long Time Loss Is The Natural Consequence Of Enduring, And Glasser Does Not Shy Away From Exploring Themes Of Loneliness, Illness, And Death, Transmuting What Is Painful Into Art Her Words Open A Little Door For The Reader To Enter And Say, Yes, I Ve Been Here In One Section, She Addresses Life S Other Big Theme Love, Its Intoxication And Heartache In A Hallmark Grouping Of Ekphrastic Poems, The Lines Are Inspired By The Works Of Artists As Diverse As Ingres, Botero, Seurat, And Manet Another Series Explores The Weird Deaths Of Famous Writers We Also Find Signature Glasser Stuff Lyrical Poems Suffused With Imagery Of Birds, Trees, Mountains, Rivers Nature As Mirror Into A Deeper Understanding Of Human Nature In Circular Design, The Collection Closes On Affirmation This Is Glasser At Her Best.The Red Coat

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  • Paperback
  • 96 pages
  • The Red Coat
  • Jane Ellen Glasser
  • English
  • 08 March 2017
  • 1938853121

10 thoughts on “The Red Coat

  1. says:

    THE RED COAT by Jane Ellen Glasser A Review by Mary McCue This beautiful, poised book of poetry by Jane Ellen Glasser is a raft taking us upstream and down, but like the title of one poem, A river would never insist, she doesn t jump the bank of the reader s life, preferring instead to trust the alchemy of moon, tide and weather A superior imagination, superior intelligence and superior skill with language are the bones of each poem in The Red Coat.The strength of Glasser s metaphors and i THE RED COAT by Jane Ellen Glasser A Review by Mary McCue This beautiful, poised book of poetry by Jane Ellen Glasser is a raft taking us upstream and down, but like the title of one poem, A river would never insist, she doesn t jump the bank of the reader s life, preferring instead to trust t...

  2. says:

    We are the publisher, so all of our authors get five stars from us Excerpts THE LONG LIFEThere is no other that you are waiting for.Everything you need is within your reach.When the towhee sings his name in the maple treeoutside your window, sing back your name.The wind will carry it downriverto distant estuaries Think of how hardyou have had to work to get to this moment,how many soles you have discardedalong the way, how many moons have wanedlike...

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