The Red Drum: Selected and New Poems

Cristina M. R. Norcross

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A medical student at the time, my partner saw patients both in the hospital and in the indigenous communities in the surrounding jungle that were reachable only by foot. I would like to publish my own book of poems. Contact azaroa40@yahoo.com or mailto:ronald@foxinternet.net. Poetry dwells in prose writings as well; nay, is necessarily met with there, for poetry is less a class of writings than a breath unequally but generally diffused throughout literature: it is whatever raises us from the real to the ideal; whatever brings the prosaic in contact with our imaginations; whatever in any intellectual work echoes within the soul; it is the beauty of all beautiful things; it penetrates into spheres apparently most foreign to it; and what Voltaire has said of happiness may be equally said of poetry,—"She resembles fire, whose gentle heat secretly insinuates itself into all other elements, descends into rocks, rises in the cloud, reddens the coral in the sand of the seas, and lives in icicles that winters have hardened." ~Alexandre Vinet (1797–1847) He who writes prose builds his temple to Fame in rubble; he who writes verses builds it in granite. ~Edward Bulwer-Lytton The word "Verse" is used here as the term most convenient for expressing, and without pedantry, all that is involved in the consideration of rhythm, rhyme, meter, and versification... the subject is exceedingly simple; one tenth of it, possibly may be called ethical; nine tenths, however, appertains to the mathematics. ~Edgar Allan Poe Poetry is creative; to be a poet is to remake the universe. ~Alexandre Vinet (1797–1847) We ask the poet: 'What subject have you chosen' instead of: 'What subject has chosen you?' ~Marie Dubsky, Freifrau von Ebner-Eschenbach (1830–1916), translated by Mrs Annis Lee Wister, 1882 We should manage our Thoughts in composing a Poem, as Shepherds do their Flowers in making a Garland; first select the choicest, and then dispose them in the most proper Places, where they give a Lustre to each other... ~Alexander Pope, "Thoughts on Various Subjects," 1727 A poet is a man who manages, in a lifetime of standing out in thunderstorms, to be struck by lightning five or six times. ~Randall Jarrell [I]f I had my life to live over again, I would have made a rule to read some poetry and listen to some music at least once a week; for perhaps the parts of my brain now atrophied would thus have been kept active through use.

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Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 2 edition (October 9, 2013)

ISBN: 1492824992

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All her arguments are rooted in the particularities of the era and circumstances of her poets' lives; many are elaborated through analyses of poems. In a penultimate strong chapter (315-375), Backscheider demonstrates that women were major participants in the mid-18th century revival of the sonnet in England and interweaves perceptive sympathetic analyses of Charlotte Smith's poetic oeuvre with great and innovative lyrics by other recognizably female presences (e.g., Helen Maria Williams and Mary Robinson) ref.: The Dream of Stairs: A Poem Cycle ifloveanimals.com. She has four times won the Epic award in the Scottish International Open Poetry Competition. Her books in print are: The Sea of Affliction (1987,one of the first works in ecofeminism, reprinted 2010, and Hot Cinquefoil Star, (2002) (which contains The Puzzle Factory a crown of sonnets and Letter to Kathleen Raine in rhyming couplets) Long Metamorphosis Out: A Poetry Collection http://marcelweyland.com/freebooks/long-metamorphosis-out-a-poetry-collection.

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