A Hotel in Belgium

A Hotel in Belgium A Hotel in Belgium explores the emotional space between loyalty and skepticism Here is a psyche preoccupied with both doubt and dread but also a desire to surrender itself to the risks of love and tr

  • Title: A Hotel in Belgium
  • Author: Brett Fletcher Lauer
  • ISBN: 9781935536390
  • Page: 241
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Hotel in Belgium

    A Hotel in Belgium explores the emotional space between loyalty and skepticism Here is a psyche preoccupied with both doubt and dread, but also a desire to surrender itself to the risks of love and trust These smart, beautiful poems often complicating their lyricism with formal rigor and adaptations of found texts investigate the delicacy of human relationships and theA Hotel in Belgium explores the emotional space between loyalty and skepticism Here is a psyche preoccupied with both doubt and dread, but also a desire to surrender itself to the risks of love and trust These smart, beautiful poems often complicating their lyricism with formal rigor and adaptations of found texts investigate the delicacy of human relationships and the hopeful relentlessness with which we pursue them The voice of these poems is tender, imaginative and sometimes wry, building an urgent narrative of melancholy, self doubt and the ultimate resilience of the spirit.

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    1. Erica Wright

      Lately I like poems with some meat on their bones, and these poems are substantial, often spilling over onto a second or even third page. Six poems make up a so-called thorn of sonnets (playing with the traditional crown of sonnets), and they meditate on religion with surprising assertiveness: "Each note carries a digression / but God hates imagination more than progress / and identifies seven ways to hang from / the neck." I read the collection slowly over the course of several days, never feel [...]

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