Franklin

What have you done to our ears to make us hear echoes? : poems / Arlene Kim.

Author/Creator:
Kim, Arlene.
Edition:
1st ed.
Publication:
Minneapolis, Minn. : Milkweed Editions, ©2011.
Format/Description:
Book
96 pages ; 22 cm
Subjects:
American poetry -- 21st century.
American poetry.
Contents:
i. "Boil her down to bone"
Rot
Spindle
One of us
The scar
Bird call
Rib
ii. "My jug all in bits"
Needle
Reasons we left
Answers to the Proust questionnaire
Season of frogs
Hollow tongue
I'm sorry, father, for losing the key
Spool, book, coin
Verna
Once, I held time
Exhibit A: archive
iii. "There is bad in the wood"
Wilderness
Translation plundered
Tiger-brother
Release, catch
What lies in the rest of the wood
Before the fires
Rabbit song
Tracking
The squirrel
When thunder, then what
iv. "There ... voices"
Wind
Paper suns
Turtle-sister
Litany for common horses (a fallen sonnet)
No gondolier
Echo
v. "Sister, I think we've lost the way"
North was not the way
The collecting
Among monarchs
Song
Mountains
Wolf-fruit, rind
Curse
vi. "Show me once more how it goes"
Occupation
"the path come apart"
Legend
Hunt, peck
The cutting.
ISBN:
9781571314406
1571314407
OCLC:
692288814
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