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For She, Who Kept The Other Alphabet (BlankVerseDead Folio Series) (2000)

by Pablo D'Stair(Favorite Author)
2.61 of 5 Votes: 2
review 1: I was very excited to receive the first-read copy of this poem, partially because everyone wants to win and mostly because I love poetry... This has all of the elements of a popular song today. Plenty of repetitive repetition and hooks which I couldn't figure out how they hooked or connected together. Pablo D'Stair it is obvious you did not write this poetry for me to get, but not getting it doesn't make me feel hip. Possibly send a copy to a sophomore English major somewhere sitting in a coffee house snapping at words which are far too disconnected to glean a sampling of truth or understanding.
review 2: I'd be lying if I said I understood Pablo D'Stair's poetry. However, after reading through this folio I found myself contemplating the subject matter, which I
... more interpreted to be the relative instability of the things and situations in our lives. That being said, I'm sure everyone has their own opinions on the matter. What I found was that D'Stair's writing was eloquent and thought-provoking in its simplicity. I will surely be reading this folio again and again. less
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I am OK at understanding poems, but not this. I was confused from start to finish.
pending review. Original review was for different collection.
Unexpected and surprising. Still working through it.
I won this book as a Goodreads First Read.
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