Tuesday, February 12, 2019
Stargazing at Noon
by Amanda Torroni
Publish date: February 12, 2019
Andrews McMeel Publishing
Torroni sticks well to the notion of stargazing throughout this poem collection. As she ponders topics of love, sometimes writing to the loved one, she returns to imagery of the cosmos, of lightness and darkness. She writes about mental health in nature metaphors. Not all of this poetry is as straightforward as that of Lang Leav, for example, but it is worth the energy to sit with it.
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