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But a Storm is Blowing From Paradise

Lillian-Yvonne Bertram

Publication Year: 2012

But a Storm is Blowing From Paradise emerges at a time when science is discovering more and more about the mystical particles that make up our universe and our bodies. From tidal forces and prairie burns to ruminations on racial identity while standing at the foot of Mount Rushmore, these poems chart a travelogue through mental and physical landscapes and suggest that place, time, love, and bodies are all shifts in the "undulate cosmos." Straddling the lyrical and experimental, these poems conjure and connect the cosmological, the carnal, and the personal in a country—and a universe—that is gobbling itself into oblivion. But a Storm is Blowing From Paradise is in love with the universe of language—Its forms, its sounds, and even its static.

Published by: Red Hen Press

Title Page, Copyright, Acknowledgments

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pp. 1-6

Contents

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pp. 7-8

Part One

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pp. 9-10

The Body Deformed by Tidal Forces

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pp. 11-11

I Meet My Father at the End of America

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pp. 12-13

Regards, from Middle Country

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pp. 14-16

In Leaving My Lover Teaches Me Half a Bible Story

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pp. 17-18

Medicine Lake

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pp. 19-19

In the Democracy of Goods,

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pp. 20-21

Behind the Christian Door

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pp. 22-23

Moon Illusion Eclogue

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pp. 24-25

Apocrypha

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pp. 26-27

The Night My Dead Dog Comes Back

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pp. 28-29

Golfing in the Dark with Old Man Heart

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pp. 30-30

Circles in the Sky

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pp. 31-33

Queen City Fractal

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pp. 34-35

The Science of Heart

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pp. 36-44

Part Two

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pp. 45-46

Account of the Apparitions

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pp. 47-48

Ghost Town

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pp. 49-51

The New New Thing

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pp. 52-53

I Was a Barking Dog

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pp. 54-56

Pastoral for Effective Teaching

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pp. 57-58

But a Storm is Blowing From Paradise

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pp. 59-64

Steel City Fractal

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pp. 65-66

Giclée Self-Portrait with Mount Rushmore

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pp. 67-68

Am Looking For

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pp. 69-71

Why I Want to Be a Tow Truck Driver

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pp. 72-74

Part Three

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pp. 75-76

Hinterland Ham Radio Signals

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pp. 77-81

“I am trying as hard as a human”

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pp. 82-84

In the Democracy of Afflictions,

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pp. 85-86

Phenomena Not Foreseen

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pp. 87-88

Satori

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pp. 89-90

Rex Mundi, or ,Watching My Father Paint What He Knows of the Horizon

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pp. 91-91

What the Elk Told Me

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pp. 92-93

Jack Mountain Fractal

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pp. 94-95

Parting the Smoke Curtain onto a Curtain of Smoke

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pp. 96-96

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pp. 97-100

Notes

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pp. 101-103

About the Author

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pp. 104-104


E-ISBN-13: 9781597093279
Print-ISBN-13: 9781597091688
Print-ISBN-10: 1597091685

Page Count: 104
Publication Year: 2012

Edition: First

OCLC Number: 867784127
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