Lucky bones / Peter Meinke.
- Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania : University of Pittsburgh Press, 2014. , ©2014
- Pitt poetry series.
Pitt Poetry Series
1 online resource (97 pages).
- English poetry.
- Electronic books.
- In Lucky Bones, Peter Meinke moves fluidly through free and formal shapes, taking the reader on a tour through America in the 21st century: family, politics, love, war and peace, old age and death are looked at in ways that are surprising, clear, and warm-hearted. Lit by flashes of anger and laughter as he surveys his territory from the vantage point of old age, the poems are, in the end, both sane and profound, set to Meinke's own music. Consisting of over sixty new poems, the book begins with a house-shaped poem about a family in a beloved old home, and then moves out into the world with poems about a fire-bug, drive-by shootings, and the often violent human condition before circling back to the home and a final epitaph. A clear-eyed feeling of loss permeates Lucky Bones, but not despair: in the midst of conflict, Meinke's world is full of wonder, and wonderful people.
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The molecule of life
Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (ebrary, viewed August 10, 2014).
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