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Parallax And Selected Poems doc ↠ And Selected Poems Ç moneyexpresscard Ì Finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award in PoetryOnly for you do the two mute girls on stage who falter at first erratic as static in the synaptic gap between each image imperceptibly jolt to life grinning tap dErnational poetry Recently appointed as Belfast's first poet laureate she creates poems known for their combination of keen intelligence and whispered intimacy In Parallax which won the 2013 T S Eliot Prize Morrissey explores what is captured and what is lost when houses and cityscapes servants and saboteurs the different people who lived in sepia are arrested in time by photography or poetry subjected to the authority of a particular perspec This book was featured in the Nota Benes section of the JanuaryFebruary 2016 issue of World Literature Today Magazine

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Tive Assured and disuieting Morrisey's poems explore the paradoxes that result when we attempt to freeze our passing experience through artThis edition of Parallax also includes Morrissey's own selection of her favorite poems from her previous collections published for the first time in the United States In their variety of subjects and styles they trace the evolution of a poet showcasing the formal mastery and tenderness that define her work Through the Suare WindowIn my dream the dead have arrivedto wash the windows of my houseThere are no blinds to shut them out withthe clouds above the Lough are stackedlike the clouds are stacked above DelftThey have the glutted look of clouds over waterThe heads of the dead are huge I wonderif it’s my son they’re after hiseffortless breath his ribbon of years but he sleeps on unregarded in his cotinured it would seem uite naturallyto the sluicing and battering and parting back of glassthat delivers this shining exteriorOne blue boy holds a rag in his teethbetween panes like a conjurorAnd then as suddenly as they came they goAnd there is a horizonfrom which only the clouds stare inthe massed canopies of Hazelbankthe severed tip of the Strangford Peninsulaand a density in the room I find it difficult to breathe inuntil I wake flat on my back with a corkin my mouth stopper bottled in factlike a herbalist’s cure for dropsy

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Parallax And Selected PoemsFinalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award in PoetryOnly for you do the two mute girls on stage who falter at first erratic as static in the synaptic gap between each image imperceptibly jolt to life grinning tap dancing morphing into footage their arms like immaculate pistons their legs like knives It lasts a minute their having been written onto light from The MutoscopeSinéad Morrissey is one of the most fascinating talents in int Absolutely stunning