Bucolics

Bucolics

Poems

Book - 2007
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Untitled and unpunctuated, the seventy poems in this collection seem to cascade from one page to another. Maurice Manning extolls the virtues of nature and its many gifts, and finds deep gratitude for the mysterious hand that created it all.



that bare branch that branch made black



by the rain the silver raindrop



hanging from the black branch



Boss I like that black branch



I like that shiny raindrop Boss



tell me if I'm wrong but it makes



me think you're looking right



at me now isn't that a lark for me



to think you look that way



upside down like a tree frog



Boss I'm not surprised at all



I wouldn't doubt it for



a minute you're always up



to something I'll say one thing



you're all right all right you are



even when you're hanging Boss
Publisher: Orlando : Harcourt, Inc., c2007
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780151013104
0151013101
Branch Call Number: Poetry 811.6 MAN

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