The Lady & the Hare: New & Selected Poems




      The Lady & the Hare: New & Selected Poems
Pauline Stainer is a poet working at the margins of the sacred , conveying sensations with an economy of means that is breathtakingher poems are not merely artefacts, they have an organic life of their own John Burnside The Lady the Hare brings together poetry of rare luminosity from Pauline Stainer s five previous books, together with new poems, all inhabiting an imaginative borderland inspired by her visceral Muse. Best Read Kindle ePUB The Lady & the Hare: New & Selected Poems by Pauline Stainer – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 191 pages
  • The Lady & the Hare: New & Selected Poems
  • Pauline Stainer
  • English
  • 11 February 2019
  • 1852246324

10 thoughts on “ The Lady & the Hare: New & Selected Poems

  1. Lou Last says:

    Flora in Calix light after David Jones It was as ifyou had cut the lightwith a bladeof alchemical temper the bright trailing briar,the rippled chalice,the brimming of brilliancy.I was unpreparedfor the haunting of radiance but did not the Saxon kingin the ship burialsuffer ten silver bowlschased with crossesat his shoulder In the cool galleryI glimpsed cup and corn,necklace and calix,the flower and the seal inspiritingson a glass ground,electric composure.Calipers cannot measurethe Flora in Calix light after David Jones It was as ifyou had cut the lightwith a bladeof alchemical temper the bright trailing briar,the...

  2. Sienna says:

    Pauline Stainer s poetry evokes a place where I d like to spendtime a land that is both forest and salt encrusted shore, lakeside and hilltop, a country where the fog is as impenetrable as sunlight A place of pregnant peace, austerity and contentment, home to the most ancient of symbols come to life I worry that I read her poemsfor that feeling than meaning or I d worry if the reading didn t feel so right Having developed a connection with the language and its imagery I also Pauline Stainer s poetry evokes a place where I d like to spendtime a land that is both forest and salt encrusted shore, lakeside and hilltop, a country where the fog is ...

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