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Unfathoming | Andrea Cohen
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Andrea Cohen's poems search the shadow regions of yearning and grief, engaging in the human struggle to find meaning in the wake of loss, but they take surprising, sometimes meteoric leaps, landing in a place where brightness reigns. The voice in Unfathoming strives to upend the title: to both acknowledge mystery, and with wile and grace, comprehend it. These poems attempt to get to the heart of the matter as quickly or directly as possible, through narrative, expansive means.
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Unfathoming | Andrea Cohen
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#concern #poetrymatters This may not be the correct collection. I found the poem here: https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poetrymagazine/poems/53196/to-whom-it-may-conce.... Love the idea that a worker must have a view of a tree! Norwegian Littens, is this true? #norwegian @TheSpineView

Lcsmcat @Texreader Do you know? 4mo
TheSpineView We both choose the same poem! 😉 4mo
AnneCecilie I‘ve never heard of that before and down town that would be hard. But we do have rules for pretty much everything else 😉 4mo
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Graywacke Hmm. I can see the trees in our parking lot. Does it help? Not sure. Prefer them there than not. 🙂 4mo
Lcsmcat @Graywacke I‘ve worked in rooms with no windows, with windows but no view, and my current office with a view of Main Street and trees. I much prefer my current set up! 4mo
Texreader @AnneCecilie @Lcsmcat Husband, the Norwegian, doubts it. There are too many places we‘ve been where there are no trees to be seen, ie, in the cities. And then there are the folks who work on the oil rigs in the North Sea for example... 4mo
Lcsmcat @Texreader Oh well, a girl can dream. 4mo
AnneCecilie @Texreader @Lcsmcat The employees at the oil rigs are a bad example since there are so many exceptions regarding them. But I‘ve never heard of the tree rule before, it‘s a nice thought through. 4mo
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