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❰Reading❯ ➿ May Day Author Gretchen Marquette – Chadever.co You arrive at my altar with no idea what it means to worship to adore You haven't even learned it ecstasy and suffering make the same face from The Offering May Day is both a distress call and a celeb❰Reading❯ ➿ May Day Author Gretchen Marquette – Chadever.co You arrive at my altar with no idea what it means to worship to adore You haven't even learned it ecstasy and suffering make the same face from The Offering May Day is both a distress call and a celeb You arrive at my altar with no idea what it means to worship to adore You haven't even learned it ecstasy.

And suffering make the same face from The Offering May Day is both a distress call and a celebration of the arrival of spring In this rich and unusually assured first collection the poet Gretchen Maruette writes of the losses of a brother gone off to war in Afghanistan and Ira and a great love losses that have left the world charged with absence and grief But there is also the wonder of th.

May Day PDFEPUBAnd suffering make the same face from The Offering May Day is both a distress call and a celebration of the arrival of spring In this rich and unusually assured first collection the poet Gretchen Maruette writes of the losses of a brother gone off to war in Afghanistan and Ira and a great love losses that have left the world charged with absence and grief But there is also the wonder of th.

10 thoughts on “May Day

  1. Peycho Kanev Peycho Kanev says:

    PDF Gretchen Marquette È May Day MOBI Ú È May Day PDFEPUBMacrocosmMicrocosmHorses are pulling grasswith their suare teeth—their hollow throatssweeten their chest cavitiesI can go weeks without thinking of whalesand they never think of me One pairof human eyes first sawthe planet Saturn Where are the bonesof the dog I loved first?Which are the treesthat will become invitations?Somewhere a dish sits in a sinkholding only three crumbs andI will never eat from this dishno matter how hungryI become How long has it beensince I’ve considered the leopardits fire growing smallerin the jungle hearth?Filaments are burstinginside bulbs Oranges are fallingdully from branches Plants everywhereare laying down their green planksEither the man who will killmy brother does not existor else he has been breathing for decadesunder the Irai sunSplit


  2. Kasey Jueds Kasey Jueds says:

    PDF Gretchen Marquette È May Day MOBI Ú È May Day PDFEPUBI have been feeling especially grateful for poetry lately and this is one of the books that sparked that gratitude I read it all in a single sitting and already am feeling I'll want to reread it soon The poems are profoundly heartful a favorite word which I'm not sure is a real word because it keeps getting the red dotted underline a word that feels esp apt here wise honest open hearted wide ranging and true in their emotional lives Beautiful without being show offy I love particularly how female the poems feel How brave they are in stating their concerns which I think are old fashioned in some ways in a good way like timeless They take up love and intimacy and the loss of both fear


  3. Chris Eells Chris Eells says:

    PDF Gretchen Marquette È May Day MOBI Ú È May Day PDFEPUBI was provided this book free for an unbiased reviewI really wish I was better at poetry Better at writing it better at reading it better at understanding it Unfortunately I'm not and that will make it difficult for me to review Gretchen


  4. Sduff222 Sduff222 says:

    PDF Gretchen Marquette È May Day MOBI Ú È May Day PDFEPUBI was super thrilled to receive this book from Graywolf via their goodreads giveaway Great collection Love the slightly oversized pages All that white space is like a forced meditation There are a lot of connections to nature it would be the perfect book to read on a hike


  5. Paige Riehl Paige Riehl says:

    PDF Gretchen Marquette È May Day MOBI Ú È May Day PDFEPUBThis stunning collection is filled with startling and memorable images and sounds a deer crashing through a store window Hansel of Hansel and Gretel talking in his sleep a sound loud nonsensical its echo disappearing into dark like a rock tossed down a well the brother who sends photos from Ira his eye bruised Maruette's poems share the universal pain of separation and loss while simultaneously offering hope to those who find solace in each other and in nature


  6. Tessa Tessa says:

    PDF Gretchen Marquette È May Day MOBI Ú È May Day PDFEPUBThis was a fairly good collection of poetry Some of the poems ascend to brilliance notably 'Two Trains' and 'Red' while others are completely forgettable I would like to read by Gretchen Maruette


  7. Jeanna Jeanna says:

    PDF Gretchen Marquette È May Day MOBI Ú È May Day PDFEPUBBlown away by these poems


  8. Will Will says:

    PDF Gretchen Marquette È May Day MOBI Ú È May Day PDFEPUBMaruette's collection contains some remarkable poems about her relationships her neighborhoods and the nature of Minnesota Many of the author's strongest poems weaved all three together The collection also featured some heavy reflecting on what you can mean to others and the way


  9. tortoise dreams tortoise dreams says:

    PDF Gretchen Marquette È May Day MOBI Ú È May Day PDFEPUBThe first book by Minnesota poet Gretchen Maruette published in 2016Poetry Review May Day by Gretchen Maruette is poetry as poetry should be; these are the kind of poems that could save poetry and make it something that real people actually read I'm so sad that poetry has become a secret society only read by other poets perhaps their patient friends or by students reuired to attend readings by faculty poets If not for slams the word


  10. Lee Razer Lee Razer says:

    PDF Gretchen Marquette È May Day MOBI Ú È May Day PDFEPUBI've kept it uietwhere to find the brightestmost exacting loveMuch of it burns offWhat remains remainsWe sat under hot lightin a round room plush with the breathof strangers I said We haveseventy pages left to love one anotherAcross his chest burst a sashof gold chrysanthemumOne thing I've learned you have to let love be practicefor what might happenelsewhereFrom opening poem Elsewhere in this collection that tells a story of loss and absence and of a wide universe scary in its expansiveness yet offering comforts in small specifics like in the round yellow shape of butter melted in hot water on the stove I really enjoyed itWeeks afte


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