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Fresh FRESH is a collection of poetry created over a scant few months in late It moves in many different directions but manages to keep a consistant voice It has an urgency and haphazardness to it tha

  • Title: Fresh
  • Author: Dennis Sharpe
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 432
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • FRESH is a collection of poetry created over a scant few months in late 2010 It moves in many different directions but manages to keep a consistant voice It has an urgency, and haphazardness to it that celebrates growth, change, and looking forward while still not forgetting what has gone before It proves that time spent in college can be good for than binge drinkiFRESH is a collection of poetry created over a scant few months in late 2010 It moves in many different directions but manages to keep a consistant voice It has an urgency, and haphazardness to it that celebrates growth, change, and looking forward while still not forgetting what has gone before It proves that time spent in college can be good for than binge drinking and sleeping til noon learning can actually take place as well.

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    1. Wanda Hartzenberg on said:

      Fresh by Dennis Sharpe In school we had poetry as part of our bilingual language classes. I hated it. Then one day a poem was put in front of me that in one sentence changed my perception.  I was amazed. I was enthralled and I had a choice to make Do I change my feeling regarding poetry. I hit university with a bang and English lit. Enter the ode of the Grecian Urn. That was that. I hated poetry. So short stories had a wee bit more merit. Not much. Then I read how much Stephen King loved it an [...]

    2. Christoph Fischer on said:

      "Fresh" by Dennis Sharpe is not your usual collection of poems but a more unique and wonderfully special brand of it. I know from other work by the same author and from the cover that many of these poems were written in diners and coffee places and I love the observations and imagination that the author lets run free in some of them. 'Letter to the cute blonde' is one of the pieces that really hit a note with me, the imagination playing a part in what we think to believe about a stranger and how [...]

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