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Gasps and Sighs by Richard Skolek
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Gasps and Sighs

by Richard Skolek

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Richard Skolek's newly translated collection is a brief selection of works which are not only thoughtful, but fresh. Balanced between observation, humor, each poem pairs together moments of humanity with moments of wisdom, making for a compulsively readable collection which is not only worth brief exploration, but worth re-reading and sharing.

The poems in this collection are approachable and worthwhile, those rare species of poems where readers can wander through quickly and enjoy their time, or read and re-read, finding something new to enjoy with further thought. As such, it really is a lovely collection, albeit a short one, and one for poetry readers to take notice of, enjoy, and pass on. ( )
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