Distributed for CavanKerry Press
“...Legaspi, like William Carlos Williams, can find poetry anywhere. And like his mentor Pablo Neruda he seems able to locate the mysterious and the magical in the most common and overlooked objects. It is difficult to overestimate the daring and resourcefulness required to complete successfully this astonishingly original book. I believe this collection of poetry, so rich in the dailyness of the world and what wisdom we can draw from it, is ample evidence that Joseph O. Legaspi has arrived to a place none of his ancestors in life or in poetry have ever journeyed, and we his readers are the richer for it.”—Philip Levine
108 pages | 6 x 9 3/4
Table of Contents
Foreword • Imago • Poem for My Navel • Imagined Love Poem for My Mother from My Father • The Wedding Photograph • Watermelon • My Grandmother, in Increments • Two Elegies • The Bringers of Bread • Childhood Elegy • The Sow • Bat Hunting • Kite Season • Bl
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