Yes, Let"s: New and Selected Poems (Johns Hopkins: Poetry and Fiction)

by Tom Disch

Publisher: The Johns Hopkins University Press

Written in English
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Number of Pages128
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ISBN 100801838355
ISBN 109780801838354

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should be clear: the darkness around us is deep. William Stafford, "A Ritual to Read to Each Other" from The Way It Is: New and Selected Poems.

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