Risa Stephanie Bear
Collected Poems
September 16, 2019 Comments.. 767
Collected Poems Risa Stephanie Bear These poems, collected for the first time, appeared in the books Desire for the Land and Lettuce in Winter, and in the journals Bellowing Ark, Sand River Journal, New Zoo Poetry Review, Lynx Poetry from Bath, Aerious, Disquieting Muses, Ariga Visions, Writtenmind, and Rockhurst Review Cityscape with Pink Rose was nominated for the Pushcart Prize By the author of StarThese poems, collected for the first time, appeared in the books Desire for the Land and Lettuce in Winter, and in the journals Bellowing Ark, Sand River Journal, New Zoo Poetry Review, Lynx Poetry from Bath, Aerious, Disquieting Muses, Ariga Visions, Writtenmind, and Rockhurst Review Cityscape with Pink Rose was nominated for the Pushcart Prize By the author of Starvation Ridge.. Collected Poems These poems collected for the first time appeared in the books Desire for the Land and Lettuce in Winter and in the journals Bellowing Ark Sand River Journal New Zoo Poetry Review Lynx Poetry fr
  • Title: Collected Poems
  • Author: Risa Stephanie Bear
  • ISBN: 9781304781826
  • Page: 194
  • Format: Paperback
  • Collected Poems Risa Stephanie Bear

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    1. Joseph says:

      Collected Poems by Risa Stephanie Bear is a collection of poetry by author and naturalist Risa Bear I had previously read her Starvation Ridge, a work of fiction, and became interested in the author Her biography and postings on Google peaked my interest Here is a person who cared for the planet and her footprint on the planet before most people did Her views and life reflect a Native American respect for life and the earth than the modern environmentalist, but, unlike many other spokespeople f [...]

    2. Risa Bear says:

      LetheWhen her back began alarminglyto creak, and all the earth receded farbelow, she made herself a bench, a slatof fir between two other slats of fir.Her knees derided her presumption, soshe tacked a bit of carpet on, to easethe landings when she launched them out and down,hoping, as she did so, nothing wasmissing not the ho mi, nor the seedsor seedlings in their flat, or soil she d stolenfrom the neighbor s molehills, baked and sifted,nor the hose end with its chilly handof brass Any unpresent [...]

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