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June 06, 2011


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A beautiful post-- really enjoyed it. xxxj

Thank you so much for this introduction to Brimhall's beautiful work. What a pleasure to read your posts this week.

like so much else in this breathtaking book, read like a psalm or a hymn that might fill the air with whatever it is we go looking for when we turn to poetry in the first place. This book adds to the canon at the core of the Church of Poetry.

Wow, you really make me want to read Brimhall's book. Thank you. Thank you especially for the idea of the church of poetry. I like that church. That would be a church I could live inside..not just once a week on a Sunday. Great review.

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