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  • Publisher‏:‎ Beacon Press (October 15, 2006)
  • Publication date‏:‎ October 15, 2006
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 3059 KB
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
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Thirst: Poems

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  1. I didn t know the name Mary Oliver or anything about her poetry until sometime during the past few months I learned of her writing as I often learn of poets and authors with whom I am unfamiliar, i.e through a book or magazine article that I m reading Her name and poems kept appearing in what I was reading Thirst Poems is the first book of poetry by Ms Oliver that I have read, and I haven t even finished it yet If you look her up on an internet search engine, you will learn that she has publishe [...]


  2. I d expected to love this one because it was the book published after Oliver s partner of 50 years died and supposedly was a beautiful meditation on grief I didn t get that Unlike most of Oliver s books, there were few passages I highlighted or poems I bookmarked to reread Her discussions of religion prominent than in other books seemed awkwardly formed, as if she was trying to find solace in it but couldn t I d put this one lower on the list of Oliver titles to try That said, two bits I liked a [...]


  3. I ve been wanting to read Mary Oliver s poems for quite a few years and finally took the plunge I had very high expectations for this poetry book and was not disappointed I also love the cover of this book as it speaks of infinite possibilities and worlds yet undiscovered.What I loved most about this book is how it will make you think of the world with appreciation Reading this book is truly a spiritual experience.When reading I could instantly relate to her poems, especially Messenger as she ta [...]


  4. This is a small, but convincing volume of poetry by an author who clearly knows the tools of her quite trade well The pieces included are mostly celebratory in nature, which I appreciate, thinking along with the poet that the world is a mostly beautiful place about which endless happy songs should be sung We have had enough laments for a while, perhaps.And there are happy songs here concerning snowfalls in which the speaker comes home red cheeked from the roused wind, trees that speak through th [...]


  5. I bought this little book for my daughter in law, who discovered Mary Oliver last year and has raved about her poems As I read through this volume before sending it off, the many reasons Oliver is so popular became very clear to me Much contemporary American poetry is so impenetrable that it holds interest only for English graduate students or professors I myself was a college English teacher, but when I sit down to read a poem now, I do it for pleasure, not as an excuse for exegesis Pleasure is [...]



  6. This is a lovely book by Mary Oliver I very much like her writing and so she always seems to get five stars from me adjust my score according to your own tastes She is generally a very happy and thoughtful writer who tends to see the best in things Very much and outdoors, nature observation kind of poet.