The Powow River Anthology
Ocean Publishing, 2006 - Poetry - 138 pages
Nationally recognized poet X.J. Kennedy, says in his Foreword that, “Poetry is a house of many rooms, and whether a poet rhymes or doesn't rhyme surely matters less than whether he or she writes with sufficient energy to seize readers and strum on their emotions and keep them reading to the bottom of the poem. This rough test, all the Powow River Poets pass with unfurled colors.” Kennedy continues by saying that, “Enough. Browse in this book, live with it, discover for yourself its generous rewards.”
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