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Luna Moth and Other Poems by Steve Luxton

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Published by DC Books .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • American - General,
  • Poetry,
  • Canadian

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages92
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8352162M
ISBN 100919688926
ISBN 109780919688926

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I bought this chapbook because I know Jerry Judge as a friend,co-worker,poet and a person who appreciates the small things in life and can capture them in his poetry through humor and sincerity while applying those small moments to the larger human condition."Luna Moth "is a wonderful collection of fragments from the poet's life that are not only a joy to read aloud but also to contemplate quietly /5(4). An original editor of both Matrix and The Moosehead Review, his first completed book of poems the hills that pass by was published in , and his second volume Iridium in Luna Moth and Other Poems is his third full collection. Luna Moth, Steve Luxton, 92 pp., 5x 8, Poetry, December ISBN: (paper) $ Luna Moth And Other Poems Steve Luxton DC Books $ paper 81pp Steve Luxton’s books appear infrequently, which is ironic considering what a facilitator of other people’s writing he has been, first as an editor of Matrix and The Moosehead Review, . Luna Moth. By Carl Phillips. No eye that sees could fail to remark you: like any leaf the rain leaves fixed to and. flat against the barn’s gray shingle. But. what leaf, this time of year, is so pale, the pale of leaves when they’ve lost just. enough green to become the green that means.

Poems. Find and share the perfect poems. search. find poems find poets poem-a-day library (texts, books & more) materials for teachers poetry near you Mostly Read The Luna Moth. Jordan Davis. The savor of mango is unlike Toothsome papay. unremarked-upon And in his place, two butterflies Use tentatively in a sentence. One, he explains, is a.   There are other Luna poems to be found on the Internet - perhaps enough for a collection? A search on luna moth poetry turned up poems by Steve Luxon, Carl Phillips, Sean Nevin, Jo Pitkin, Cecily Parks, Robert Crawford, Jeff Friedman.   National Geographic Book of Animal Poetry. Out of a windless August night / A luna moth in ghostly light Beat softly on my window screen / Tick-tick-ticking-all silver green. She whispered secrets in my ear– / I am but a stranger here. The stars are scrawled across the .   In Japan, the Luna moth is the emblem of the woman and represents grace and lightness, two butterflies are conjugal happiness. In the Sino-Vietnamese world the Luna moth expresses a vow of longevity. For the Aztecs, the Luna moth also represents the vital breath that escapes from the mouth of the dying person.

Plain follow the lightNever daring to touch itFilters on our eyes,Seeing thingsThat are far from the truthOblivious to realize the facts. She came swiftly then.A Luna was different xing beauty,Undescribable glow in her eyes. We forgot about the light followed her,Never daring to touch s in our eyes,Seeing thingsThat are.   Title: Luna Moth and Other Poems Format: Paperback Product dimensions: 92 pages, 5 X 8 X in Shipping dimensions: 92 pages, 5 X 8 X in Published: January 1, Publisher: DC BOOKS Language: English. While it is old and perhaps unattractive to many children today, the author Robert M. McClung did a very good job presenting the life cyle of luna moths and comparing them to butterflies and other moths/5(1). More Poems by Carl Phillips. Luna Moth. By Carl Phillips. Cortège. By Carl Phillips. Somewhere Holy. By Carl Phillips. A Kind of Meadow. By Carl Phillips. of America’s most original, influential, and productive of lyric poets,” Carl Phillips is the author of a dozen books of poetry and two works of criticism. He was born in Everett.