Dear Ghosts,

Dear Ghosts, The long awaited and resplendent new poetry collection by Tess Gallagher, whose poems are a gift of a poet s heart and soul to her readers Robert Coles Don t sharpen them. Expectation, dangerous than any blade.Knives in the Borrowed House Fourteen years after Moon Crossing Bridge Tess Gallagher s powerful elegies for her husband, Raymond Carver Dear Ghosts, is the return of Gallagher s unequivocal voice In these new poems, the ghosts of the past are conjured as part of the present day the deceased beloved, the father long dead, the ailing mother, the victims of holocaust and war With these spirits beside her, Gallagher confronts her own illness and mortality, and celebrates love and friendship in these spare lyrics and muscular narratives, each punctuated by her resilience and grace Here is the new work by one of America s most accomplished poets. New Download [ Dear Ghosts, ] Author [ Tess Gallagher ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Hardcover
  • 80 pages
  • Dear Ghosts,
  • Tess Gallagher
  • English
  • 05 September 2018
  • 1555974430

10 thoughts on “Dear Ghosts,

  1. says:

    Dear Ghosts, is a collection of poetry long awaited since Tess Gallagher s previous poetry book, Moon Crossing Bridge I analyzed the book s theme, motifs, and poetical elements in order to understand Gallagher s intentions behind them These elegies are incredibly powerful and personal, with the author sha...

  2. says:

    These poems deal with death, for the most part, but are full of life, humor, quirky details, hope, mystery, and grace A fantastic collection that s humble, honest, and spiritual without being didactic or implying any sort of superior tone These poems unearth mea...

  3. says:

    yes

  4. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The comma in the book title Dear Ghosts, establishes the context for this collection of narrative poetry That comma implies letters This is a collection, however, in which the sum is much greater than the individual poems It is not a morose book of letters to deceased loved ones, but a testament to living Letters connect people, bridging geographical as well as metaphorical gaps The ghosts are personal and universal Gallagher s father and mother, her husband, the writer Raymond Carver, a The comma in the book title Dear Ghosts, establishes the context for this collection of narrative poetry That comma implies letters This is a collection, however, in which the sum is much greater than the individual poems It is not a morose book of letters to deceased loved ones, but a testament to living Letters connect people, bridging geographi...

  5. says:

    I d hoped I would like these poems, although I really wasn t sure what kind of poetry to expect from Tess Gallagher Turns out I should expect good poetry from her This collection, as far as I can tell, is organized around a very loose theme the poems are mostly directed to people in her life, or they communicate something related to other people in her life I liked them a lot, because they were thoughtful and moving I actually cried at some of the ones about Raymond Carver, but I am a soft I d hoped I would like these poems, although I really wasn t sure what kind of poetry to expect from Tess Gallagher Turns out I should expect good poetry from her This collect...

  6. says:

    Just read through the first of seven sections I do not know how to criticize poems If our task as writers is to defamiliarize, then how is this from My Unopened Life The bowl of the spooncollects entire rooms just lying there nextto the knife It makes brief forays intothe mouth delivering cargoes of ceilingsand convex portraits of teethposing as stalactites ofa serially extinguished cave.I like the enjambments the odd use of the prepositional next and into at the ends of lines 2 and Just read through the first of seven sections I do not know how to criticize poems If our task as writers is to defamiliarize, then how is this from My Unopened Life The bowl of the spooncollects entire rooms just lying there nextto the knife It makes brief forays intothe mouth delivering cargoes of ceilingsand convex portraits of teethposing as stalactites ofa serially extinguished cave.I like the enjambments the odd use of the pr...

  7. says:

    Reading Gallagher s poems have a mixed effect with me On one hand, I am inspired and moved and emotionally charged to see the things that lie around me as quickened and energized, having profound implications and on the other hand, I fascinated by how basic, sincere, truthful, and real she writes Some of the p...

  8. says:

    My appreciation of poetry has come late in the game and tends to be rathervisceral than intellectual But o my, Dear Ghosts is a collection rising from all the losses in Gallagher s lifeher mother, her hu...

  9. says:

    Roethke, other long gone father,paraphrasing Marianne Moore to tell us once we feel deeply we begin to behave.The notion of right action proceedingnaturally out of right feeling poetry the witching stick, no...

  10. says:

    I still haven t finished this book Reading Tess is like reading Mary OliverI have to read one poem set the book down absorb it for a few hours or a couple days reread the poem think about it reread the poem really study it I swear I ve been reading this b...

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