The Year the Eggs Cracked: Poems

J. Diego Frey (Author)
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Description

With provocative insights on every page and a new language for the heady, raw experience of being alive, these poems focus their gaze on the existential dilemma of how one finds meaning in a fallen world. The poems locate themselves in the detritus of modern consumer life, finding redemption and spiritual sustenance in a landscape beyond words. The work offers hope while stripping away the world's disguises, revealing the stable, comforting, and agreeable ground of living in the present moment.

Product Details

Price
$14.99
Publisher
Bower House
Publish Date
April 07, 2015
Pages
70
Dimensions
5.4 X 0.2 X 8.3 inches | 0.2 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781942280248
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About the Author

J Diego Frey is a poetry teacher at Lighthouse Writers Workshop. He is the author of Umbrellas or Else. He lives in Littleton, Colorado.

Reviews

""What a delight to read a poet who reminds us that 'You can / get what you want, but it's silly, ' and yet then goes on to give us not only what we want, but what we need: cunningly crafted poems." --David J. Rothman, author, "Living the Life
""J Diego Frey is to poetry what Robert Manko is to New Yorker cartoons: dotted and humane, with a short reach to the absurd." --Scott Sawyer, author, "Earthly Fathers
" What a delight to read a poet who reminds us that 'You can / get what you want, but it s silly, ' and yet then goes on to give us not only what we want, but what we need: cunningly crafted poems." David J. Rothman, author, "Living the Life"
" J Diego Frey is to poetry what Robert Manko is to New Yorker cartoons: dotted and humane, with a short reach to the absurd. Scott Sawyer, author, "Earthly Fathers"
"What a delight to read a poet who reminds us that 'You can / get what you want, but it's silly, ' and yet then goes on to give us not only what we want, but what we need: cunningly crafted poems." --David J. Rothman, author, Living the Life
"J Diego Frey is to poetry what Robert Manko is to New Yorker cartoons: dotted and humane, with a short reach to the absurd." --Scott Sawyer, author, Earthly Fathers