Soul make a path through shouting /

A collection of poems on the ability of the human spirit to soar in adverse conditions. In Fleur, a woman says, "Yes, there were lupines in the camp, / and our joy in them was real, / as real as our misery. / We would find some little corner of the barracks to put them on display; / we would pi...

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Cassells, Cyrus (Author)
Format: Book
Published: Port Townsend, WA : Copper Canyon Press, [1994]
Table of Contents:
  • Down from the houses of magic
  • Soul make a path through shouting
  • Marathon
  • A courtesy, a trenchant grace
  • Evening lasting as long as life
  • Sung from a hospice
  • The weight of brothers
  • The toss
  • Poem for the artists of the Holocaust
  • The return of the living witness
  • These are not brushstrokes
  • Search
  • The request
  • To the cypress again and again
  • Night and mist
  • A Shadrach chorus
  • Life indestructible
  • Fleur.