Friday, March 8, 2013

Bridal Veil Falls by Carol Alexander



The poems in Bridal Veil Falls by Carol Alexander, follow the mind's arc as it grapples with the continuities and discontinuities of time and engages with the processes of loss and repair. These poems tell of lost worlds come to light: childhood stories told almost too late, idyllic shorelines eroded, a lake summoning submerged memories--consciousness continually surprised and reshaped.  


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