Wicker Girl: A collection of poems

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The 2004 Barnard Women Poets Prize was awarded to Tessa Rumsey for The Return Message. Once you receive your book, you will have a book of poetry to share with your friends and loved ones. Audio clips of the poets reading their own work were played for the class from the teacher's computer where they were available. That’s why this is not called the best famous poet’s page, but the most popular famous poet’s page. Poets then turned to obscurity to make poems, to fill the vacuum. “People are in a bind right now and I think they are satisfying their difficulty jones by writing obscure language.” From her own personal experience, she is certain that, “If it weren’t for form, I don’t think I would have survived.

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Publisher: Virgo eBooks Publishing (June 11, 2014)


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