978-0-06-092365-5 / 9780060923655

What Have I Ever Lost by Dying?: Collected Prose Poems





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Baudelaire believed that the prose poem would be the major form of the twentieth century because of its suppleness and the subtlety of its music. Robert Bly brings together a harvest of the prose poems he has been writing for more than thirty years, including a number of poems that have never appeared in book form. This collection of prose poems, drawn from work done over the past 30 years, is organized into five sections The Point Reyes Poems, Family Poems, Object and Creatures Glanced at Briefly, Love Poems, and Looking for the Rat's Hole.

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