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Recounting the Seasons: Collected Poems,…

Recounting the Seasons: Collected Poems, 1958-2003

by John Engels

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"Recounting the Seasons", gathers together the work of noted American poet John Engels. Engels's writing is distinguished by its astonishing range - long, short, easy, difficult, philosophical, casual, despairing, joyful, silly, bawdy, heartbreaking, angry, affectionate, uplifting, abrasive, sexy, chaste, polite, and bad mannered. Arranged chronologically, this book contains nearly all of the poems that Engels has published and features a section of new and previously unpublished poems.

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