Rodin’s Eyes: Poems
By D.A. Feinfeld
In these poems, the nature of things–from address files to landscapes, from birds and flowers to galaxies–stand as something grander than what they seem, or seem to outshine their commonplace definitions. The poems also offer us big, sometimes upsetting ideas, from seeing angels as fierce to seeing the stars rushing away from us. The collection closes with a series of portraits of imaginary beasts, combining word play and zoology.
Publisher: Daniel & Daniel Publishers (September 1, 2004)
Paperback: 77 pages