3 edition of Poems for apartment-dwellers found in the catalog.
Poems for apartment-dwellers
Dorothy Alicia Farmiloe
Limited ed. of 500 copies.
|Statement||by Dorothy Farmiloe.|
|LC Classifications||PR6056.A68 P6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||52 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||52|
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Her poems, that say the unsayable without self pity, lift this woman out of anonymity. They lift us all-- her mother, father, brother, niece, her cat, her fellow passengers on the subway, her fellow apartment dwellers.
Some big city courage supports this woman. This book of beautiful poems can teach all of us about living/5(4). Apartment dwellers. hardly speak. as they buzz in and out. behind the buildings. the alley crumbles. patched with tar. there are small stones. some I think.
I have met before. Of Roads and. Poetry Book Club; Store; Apartment Dwellers. By Brandon Hicks. February 16th, Share this: Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window).
for the apartment dwellers under siege, burning their books to survive the winter-- two books to cook one pot of soup. This is a poem for my father, 14 in '45 Germany, lying on a roof, searching clouds for the lost smells of bakery, butcher shop.
Today’s book of poetry has long admired Dorothy Farmiloe and so we went to the stacks this morning and were able to retrieve three chapbooks and one trade volume of poems. Poems for Apartment Dwellers (Fiddlehead Poetry Books, ), Winter Orange Mood Poems for apartment-dwellers book Poetry Books, ) and Blue Is The Colour Of Death (Fiddlehead Poetry Books, ), and Words For My Weeping.
Today's book of poetry has long admired Dorothy Farmiloe and so we went to the stacks this morning and were able to retrieve three chapbooks and one trade volume of poems. Poems for Apartment Dwellers (Fiddlehead Poetry Books, ), Winter Orange Mood (Fiddlehead Poetry Books, ) and Blue Is The Colour Of Death (Fiddlehead Poetry Books, ), and Words For My.
The individual poems moved thousands on Twitter, but they work even better as a group because they create a whole world full of glitter and hugs.
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Life Edit. Farmiloe was born Dorothy Roach, in Toronto, Ontario. She attended the University of Windsor, where she received both a B.A. and an M.A. She was a professor of English at St. Clair College, Windsor. She was a founding member of Mainline Magazine and Sesame Press.
After retiring, she lived in Elk Lake, lived in Elk Lake, Ontario, where she and her husband ran Long Point Lodge and. Poems for Apartment Dwellers, by Dorothy Farmiloe.
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You’re sitting at your computer (or with a pen and paper) making a list of things to write about for your next nonfiction book — which will be even better than the last one. No pressure finding a topic. But you’re still stuck on book idea number one. And your renegade brain is still working on that last conversation you had and what you should have said.of warm sky and sun push the apartment dwellers out, a magnetic force pulls us to the outside to exhale, in order to inhale, guises manufactured excuses appear, a loaf of bread, a latte necessity, This is a poem from my book Zero and One available on Amazon.
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