The Sleepwalker at SeaeBook - 2011
By turns meditative and playful, romantic and philosophical, this poetry compilation strides an invisible path through streets of strangers, in search of ruined altars and buried candles. Linked by their restless displacement-pacing haunted spaces-these are poems that question what it means to be in the world and seek answers in lost rooms, missing sketches, and disappearing fragments. While reflecting the landscapes of Wales and the poet's native Louisiana, this book also explores the roots of the English language.
Publisher: Chicago : Carcanet Press Ltd., 2011.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (85 p.)