Wild Geese - Mary Oliver Reviews
Description:ISBN 1852246286 / Paperback: 160 pages / Publisher: Bloodaxe / Published: 28 Oct 2004
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by - written on 31/10/12, updated on 31/10/12 (Very useful, 54 readings)
Mary Oliver- Wild Geese ----------------------------------- Poetry has always been a source of inspiration to me, and in dark times as well as times of pure elation I have often written my thoughts down on paper which have served to mark particular points in my life. I have also written for others in my family and also when I have been inspired by a particular place. My daughter says I should publish my work- so maybe one day, but until then I find myself humbled by the works of one poet in particular that has inspired me, that being the wonderful Mary Oliver. In case you are not familiar with her work she is a very talented American lady, now ... Read the complete review
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