Time On Its Own #2020

Time On Its Own Kenneth Frost Time On Its Own In this posthumously published collection of Kenneth Frost s poems we board a Ferry in the Sunset as we begin another journey through Frost s insightful poetry His work is superbly well crafted evoca

  • Title: Time On Its Own
  • Author: Kenneth Frost
  • ISBN: 9781599484044
  • Page: 230
  • Format: Paperback
  • Time On Its Own Kenneth Frost In this posthumously published collection of Kenneth Frost s poems we board a Ferry in the Sunset as we begin another journey through Frost s insightful poetry His work is superbly well crafted, evocative, and sometimes surreal Yet he extols the ordinary and elevates both beast and man In his sympathetic vignettes he thoughtfully considers the artistry of people likeIn this posthumously published collection of Kenneth Frost s poems we board a Ferry in the Sunset as we begin another journey through Frost s insightful poetry His work is superbly well crafted, evocative, and sometimes surreal Yet he extols the ordinary and elevates both beast and man In his sympathetic vignettes he thoughtfully considers the artistry of people like Louis Armstrong and Gericault, while he understands and relates to the taxi driver and the girl in a singles bar Frost ends this collection, Suddenly, there you are in the electric eternity of a dream, leaving us asking the question he poses, Who shall I tell them you are with your long hair embodied light Kenneth Frost was a brilliant poet who left us with a legacy of poetry that will surely live on Time On Its Own is a delightful and inspiring book Jonathan K Rice Publisher Editor Iodine Poetry Journal, author of UKULELE and other poems
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    1. Reading these poems felt like I was listening in on the Greek gods as I imagine they d be today, interested in things like smoke a repeated image and jazz and figure skating Frost s poems are small but open wide He knows how to end a poem so it goes on but high pitched prophetic laughter and At long last the mirror cleared its throat and began.

    2. In the poem Spider Web on page 43 of this volume, thirty words evoke a web of suffering from the past in which the poem s persona is enmeshed in the solitude of his apartment, looking out at ambulances flying by at hummingbird speed into a stone flower, a hospital The compactness and the lightness, the sleight of hand, are mesmerizing.The surreal Brass Nipple, an allegory The baby was bornwith a toy trumpetfor a mouth.We fed himmilk through the brassnipple till heburped on his own.He cried Cryin [...]

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