Her Mouth as Souvenir [electronic resource] / Heather June Gibbons ; with a foreword by Jericho Brown.
- Standardized Title:
- Poems. Selections
- Salt Lake City : The University of Utah Press, 
- Agha Shahid Ali prize in poetry.
Agha Shahid Ali prize in poetry
1 online resource (71 pages).
- American poetry -- 21st century.
Poetry -- Women authors.
- "In a startling voice propelled by desire and desperation on the verge of laughter, these poems leap from the mundane to the sublime, from begging to bravado, from despair to reverie, revealing the power that comes from hanging on by a thread. Poet Heather June Gibbons conjures belief in the absence of faith, loneliness in the digital age, beauty in the face of absurdity; all through the cataract of her sunglasses' cracked lens. In this debut collection, we are shown a world so turbulent, anxious, and beautiful, we know it must be ours. Under pressure, these poems sing"--Provided by publisher.
- Smell the moxie
The idea of
Muse the drudge
Lives of the prophets
In sotto voce
Winds you hear before you feel
Self-portrait as tongue
An evening of yes music
So far gone
Memory is a bull market
Do not leave this box
Fill this box with flames
Bobby reads Chekhov
The brain may disassemble itself in sleep
The green rose up
Self-portrait as elegy.
- Description based on print version record.
- Brown, Jericho, writer of foreword.
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