„Observarea de sine”
Red Hawk has long been a poet’s poet...his fans include winners of the Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award such as Gary Snyder, Coleman Barks, Miller Williams and Hayden Carruth. This is his fourth book of poetry, exploring the art of dying in life.
In this collection of ninety new poems, Red Hawk touches raw nerves in a spectrum of vital subjects -- from children, nature and family, to God, politics and death. Whether he is telling a funny story about himself, or indicting Western civilisation, from its blindness and cruelty, Red Hawk's words are always precise, often ruthless, and ultimately compassionate. Unlike so many contemporary poets whose work is lost on the ordinary reader, Red Hawk's poetry is written for everyone.
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