Mending the Skies Celia Brown

ISBN: 9781564743381

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Mending the Skies  by  Celia Brown

Mending the Skies by Celia Brown
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Even after his eyeswere like broken stars,all he knew was a trowel—he could mend the skies.Celia Brown is a gifted poet with an ear tuned to the rhythms of language and the natural world—a poet of grace and clarity.—Jay Parini, author ofMoreEven after his eyeswere like broken stars,all he knew was a trowel—he could mend the skies.Celia Brown is a gifted poet with an ear tuned to the rhythms of language and the natural world—a poet of grace and clarity.—Jay Parini, author of Anthracite Country and The Last StationIn Mending the Skies Celia Brown leads us into a personal world, built solidly from elusive moments of pain, joy, and humor.

These are captured from a lifetime in Ireland and the U.S., as a professional nurse and private woman, as child, parent, and spouse. She makes us feel at home, but not completely and not for long. We want to move on with her to the next habitat of new awareness in the next poem. A readable and very memorable collection.

A signal achievement.—Joseph Sendry, Professor of English, Catholic University of AmericaAuthor Bio: Celia Brown grew up in Ireland. A former nurse, she holds degrees from New England College and Dartmouth College. She has been Jenny McKean fellow in the George Washington University writers program, and a poet in the schools. She lives and writes in Cape Cod, Massachusetts.



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