David Hernandez
Always Danger
August 08, 2019 Comments.. 746
Always Danger David Hernandez Always Danger offers a lyrical and highly imaginative exploration into the hazards that surround people s lives whether it s violence, war, mental illness, car accidents, or the fury of Mother Nature In his second collection of poems, David Hernandez embraces the element of surprise a soldier takes refuge inside a hollowed out horse, a man bullies a mountain, and a giantAlways Danger offers a lyrical and highly imaginative exploration into the hazards that surround people s lives whether it s violence, war, mental illness, car accidents, or the fury of Mother Nature In his second collection of poems, David Hernandez embraces the element of surprise a soldier takes refuge inside a hollowed out horse, a man bullies a mountain, and a giant pink donut sponsors age old questions about beliefs Hernandez typically eschews the politics that often surround the inner circle of contemporary literature, but in this volume he quietly sings a few bars with a political tone one poem shadows the conflict in Iraq, another reflects our own nation s economic and cultural divide Always Danger parallels Hernandez s joy of writing unmapped, spontaneous, and imbued with nuanced revelation.. Always Danger Always Danger offers a lyrical and highly imaginative exploration into the hazards that surround people s lives whether it s violence war mental illness car accidents or the fury of Mother Nature
  • Title: Always Danger
  • Author: David Hernandez
  • ISBN: 9780809326914
  • Page: 372
  • Format: Paperback
  • Always Danger David Hernandez

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    1. Tricia says:

      from gondoliers to spiders lurking on baby s breadstick arms, this book is fabulous i completely appreciate his mastery of couplets he takes the notion of twinned lines and forces them into paradoxical roles each couplet sets itself up and than turns on itself, think snakes swallowing tales likewise, he transforms the meaning of the poem from one couplet to the next on the page the poem is laid out like bars or stripes of ink, but with badass steep linebreaks and leaky stanzas, the poems ends up [...]

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