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COLD ANGEL OF MERCY

AMY RANDOLPH

Publication Year: 2000

“Delicate, detailed, and firm all at once. Amy Randolph’s poems in Cold Angel of Mercy are anything but cold. They are loving celebrations of what it means to live on this side of heaven. She is an exquisite poet.” —Liz Rosenberg

Published by: Red Hen Press

Title Page, Copyright, Dedication

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pp. 3-6

Contents

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pp. 7-8

Section I

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pp. 11-12

Angel

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p. 13-13

A Light Will Come On Without Warning

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pp. 14-15

Driving Highway 80

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p. 16-16

Easter Sunday

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p. 17-17

How to Bring Beauty to Such Acts

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p. 18-18

Living Inside the Body

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p. 19-19

Self-Portrait Inspired by a Reproduction of Van Gogh's "House at Auvers"

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p. 20-20

Cemetery from a Train Window, Somewhere in Texas or The Day I Left My Husband

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pp. 21-22

Section II

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pp. 23-24

Harvest Moon, Cornfields, Dirt Road

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p. 25-25

Winter Dreams

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p. 26-26

Small Breakthroughs

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p. 27-27

You Don’t Have to Go Far to Be Damaged

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pp. 28-30

Portrait in Black and White: My Heart Sits in Her Boat

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pp. 31-32

Section III

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pp. 33-34

Sycamores

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p. 35-35

Moon

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p. 36-36

Persepone’s Blues in E-flat

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p. 37-37

Before the Last Day of Summer

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p. 38-38

The Ascension

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p. 39-39

Beach Winter

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p. 40-40

Section IV

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pp. 41-42

Three Poems Beginning with Lines from Garcia Lorca

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p. 43-43

To You

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p. 44-44

Seciton V

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pp. 45-46

Narrowing Down

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p. 47-47

The Promise

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p. 48-48

Four Winter Songs, First of December

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p. 49-49

Nude Like a River

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p. 50-50

Section VI

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pp. 51-52

On the Way to Enchanted Rock

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p. 53-53

Home

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p. 54-54

To Robert, Waiting in Greece for His Bride

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p. 55-55

Suite: Awakening from the Promise of Land

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pp. 56-58

Section VII

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pp. 59-60

At Nightfall

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p. 61-61

One of Three Possibilities

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pp. 62-63

Moving Out

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p. 64-64

Gathering Shells

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p. 65-65

Self Pity

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p. 66-66

Jesus

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p. 67-67

Living Alone

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p. 68-68

Father and Child

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p. 69-69

God Will Harvest the Purest In Us

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pp. 70-71

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About the Author

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p. 72-72

Amy Randolph was born on January 10, 1966 at Sangley Point U.S. Naval Station on the island of Cavite, Republic of the Philippines. She spent her childhood moving with her Coast Guard family from state to state. She attended St. Francis Cabrini High School in New Orleans before moving to the Texas hill country, where she’s lived for the past sixteen years. ...


E-ISBN-13: 9781597097994
Print-ISBN-13: 9781888996555

Page Count: 72
Publication Year: 2000

Edition: First