Take It

Take It His voice finds shape within every fragment It is a voice that is at once forlorn and passionate and preoccupied with beauty Joshua Beckman s poetry wears its heart on its sleeve Slope Through repetition, rhythm, and a pervasively taut but accessible voice, Beckman sweeps us through his poems Rain TaxiOne of poetry s genuinely necessary voices, Joshua Beckman offers a magnanimous vision of the poetic and social landscape, masterfully combining traditional and contemporary concerns and speech patterns in attending to a degraded, yet wondrous world Take It is a gift of profound generosity I feel now like I am saying sorry for something, when what I am saying here is that the unknowing spirit is greater than the knowing spirit, that no matter what emboldened structure descends to stand before you in its plan and fullness, you do not know what it is.Joshua Beckman was born in New Haven, Connecticut He is the author of Shake Wave Books, 2006 , multiple collections of collaborative work, and numerous translations He lives in both Brooklyn and Seattle. Best Download [ Take It ] author [ Joshua Beckman ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Paperback
  • 88 pages
  • Take It
  • Joshua Beckman
  • English
  • 26 September 2018
  • 1933517379

10 thoughts on “Take It

  1. says:

    What are you doing reading this review of this book Go and read the book instead If you ve already read it, read it again.

  2. says:

    Wow apparently I started this book almost a year ago.Okay First of all, let me say that I don t read much poetry Every once in awhile I d pick this up and read one or two or maybe three poemsand while I very much like the way the author uses words and language, I almost never or never could tell what the hell he was talking about Which leaves me wonderingabout the poet is he one of those guys who believes himself to be stylistically superior but who s actually a douche rather Wow apparently I started this book almost a year ago.Okay First of all, let me say that I don t read much poetry Every once in awhile I d pick this up and read one or two or maybe three poemsand while I very much like the...

  3. says:

    I should be giving this extra stars because in my head and out loud, I keep referring to the poet at Beckham, which is certainly unfair, since neither Posh nor David be he Ahem.That said, I didn t like this as much as _Shake_, which is one of my favorite books of poems of the last five years or so This didn t really work as well for me, despite some really dynamite poems instead of a single sequence of poems which you might think it was, since the poems here lack titles , it read to me like I should be giving this extra stars because in my head and out loud, I keep referring to the poet at Beckham, which is certainly unfair, since neither Posh nor David be he Ahem.That said, I didn t like this as much as _Shake_, which is one of my favorite books of poems of the last five years or so This didn t really work as well for me, despite some really dynamite poems instead of a single sequence of poems which you might think it was, since the poems here lack titles , it read to me like a couple nestled narratives At least one of these adopted an...

  4. says:

    I ve always liked Beckman his poetry has a real philosophical edge to it, a compassion for himself and the Other His newest didn t let me down Of course, I still get that inkling of frivolity, a slight immaturity not of craft or voice, but rather of persona Now that I m married, having a child, and getting ready to delve into my life work, sometimes his poems don t reach me, or are instead left behind in my past but this is an exception, by and large No one ever knows what to wish for I ve always liked Beckman his poetry has a real philosophical edge to it, a compassion for himself and the Other His newest didn t let me down Of course, I still get that inkling of frivolity, a slight immaturity not of craft or voice, but rather of persona Now that I m married, having a child, a...

  5. says:

    I have often misunderstood eternity, I will misunderstand it noWeigh, judge, and discard while still these things have meaning, for soon they will not, and then where will you be before the dark meaninglessness of things continues and from the air a chorus on the blind passage of souls bellowed out.

  6. says:

    3.5

  7. says:

    I dogeared three poems in a row at one point Very good WAVE collection of untitled poems by Beckman Enjoyed it immensely.

  8. says:

    Full of smart yet not self conscious turns of phrase like let me fall down the unbuilt hill, let me die in the inconsiderate sun , I really enjoyed the elasticity of Beckman s voice.

  9. says:

    This book is so good it makes me a little angry Oh no.

  10. says:

    Still considering

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