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Author Kryah, Joshua, author

Title We are starved : poems / Joshua Kryah
Published Fort Collins, Colorado : Center for Literary Publishing, Colorado State University, [2011]
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Description 1 online resource (82 pages)
Series Mountain west poetry series
Mountain west poetry series.
Contents The poor know they are poor -- We are starved -- It survives, a way of harming, your mouth -- Sallied forth -- The least child -- We will be fed upon, we will be fed -- Languor, succor, ardor -- The body-hole -- Ghostmeat -- Therefore that he may raise, the Lord throws down -- The body in its final commerce -- Playlist of the same -- Love like unto whited sepulchres -- Chanticleer -- Noli me tangere -- This plenty, this never enough -- Cheapside -- A paradise -- Miracle of the drowned -- Corpus Christi carol -- Many are the ruined cathedrals of the heart -- That man to man is an arrant wolfe -- From the gospel of the foundering -- Thinking one place could not two bodies bear -- The day without before this without -- Darkling -- An attraction to distance and disappearance -- Poor dogsbody, poor dogsbody's body -- I had not brought you into the world for love for naught -- Things fast toward their absent forms -- Homecoming -- Centaur -- Nobody is ever missing -- And naught i have and all the world i seize upon -- We are starved -- Extinct animals looking for a home
Summary We Are Starved introduces an important poetic vision, a surprising and exciting voice
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Print version record
Subject American poetry -- 21st century.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1457111616 (electronic bk.)
1457116863 (electronic bk.)
1885635222 (e-book)
9781457111617 (electronic bk.)
9781457116865 (electronic bk.)
9781885635228 (e-book)
(paperback;) (alk. paper)
(paperback;) (alk. paper)