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Trespass: Poems explained Trespass: Poems, review Trespass: Poems, trailer Trespass: Poems, box office Trespass: Poems, analysis Trespass: Poems, Trespass: Poems 858c The National Poetry Series Selection, Chosen By Poet And Novelist Charlie SmithEstablished In By Legendary Editor Dan Halpern, The National Poetry Series Has Discovered Many New And Emerging Voices And Has Been Instrumental In Launching The Careers Of Poets And Writers Such As Billy Collins, Mark Doty, Denis Johnson, Cole Swensen, Thylias Moss, Mark Levine, And Dionisio D MartinezTrespass, The Winner Of The National Poetry Series Open Competition, Showcases A Powerful Poetic Talent Who Explores The Darker Side Of Domestic Life With Unique And Startling Vision

  • ebook
  • 80 pages
  • Trespass: Poems
  • Thomas Dooley
  • 03 July 2017
  • 0062338838

About the Author: Thomas Dooley

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10 thoughts on “Trespass: Poems

  1. says:

    Thomas Dooley s debut collection is a windfall of well made poems He deftly arranges each piece on the page with a masterful attention to the ascetic, butimportantly, the pacing is effortless and revelatory Each line unfurls a new layer of the story until one arrives at the exhalation of the poem Dooley doesn t so much end a poem, as he puts his finger on it Darkness, confusion, hate, and desire entwine together to make this book a macro tale of the darknesses families can harbor, but Thomas Dooley s debut collection is a windfall of well made poems He deftly arranges each piece on the page with a masterful attention to the ascetic, butimportantly, the pacing is effortless and revelatory Each line unfurls a new layer of the story until one arrives at the exhalation of the poem Dooley doesn t so much end a poem, as he puts his finger on it Darkness, confusion, hate, and desire entwine together to make this book a macro tale of the darknesses families can harbor, butcompellingly, how life takes shape afterwards The opening poem is as subtle as it is beautiful, and encompasses the impending Trespass My father mows tight squares around her, she rains pink on him a rock cracks inside the blades she beats down flurries I ve grown too lush don t leave me with him This lithe collection reads quickly, and possesses staying power

  2. says:

    A powerful debut

  3. says:

    Today I did my first reading of Trespass and it was much, muchthan I thought while skimming it in Barnes and Nobles This collection is like one large poem, one complete work and I need to do some thinking and rereading before I can make a full judgement It was gloomy and sad without being fully depressed, just a blue portrait of what was and what is I m excited to allow it to sit with me, and to let it digest

  4. says:

    Review irreverent sentences, bearing irreverent logic Some promise, but misses the mark CHERRY TREEMy fathermows tight squaresaround her, sherains pink on hima rockcracks inside the bladesshe eats downflurriesI ve growntoo lush don t leave mewith him

  5. says:

    Entertaining, fun poems Nothing too worthwhile for me though I d love to seeof his work because I can see the talent behind this.

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