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Eating Fruit Out of Season (edition 2008)

by David Livingstone Clink

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Title:Eating Fruit Out of Season
Authors:David Livingstone Clink
Info:Tightrope Books (2008), Paperback, 78 pages
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Eating Fruit Out of Season by David Livingstone Clink

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0978335112, Paperback)

Crafted over 12 years of writing and covering 40 years of experience, this collection of poetry shares the poet’s remembrances of falling out of a tree, days at his cottage, falling in and out of love, and the death of his father. Employing both humor and surreal elements, the poems take place in a real world that is made new again—and is perhaps not quite as real the second time around. The four sections in the book shift subjects from childhood and youth to the development of self and interpersonal relationships, and from maturity, loss, and the falling from sought-after heights to the poet’s relationship with his father. The poems in this debut collection take shape using various poetic forms, including free verse, prose, the ghazal, and a new poetic form created by the poet that he calls a “Title Poem.”

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