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for she, who kept the other alphabet (BlankVerseDead folio series) By Pablo D'Stair for she who kept the other alphabet BlankVerseDead folio series for she who kept the other alphabet is a poem by Pablo D Stair author of The Choice of Dogs and other poems

  • Title: for she, who kept the other alphabet (BlankVerseDead folio series)
  • Author: Pablo D'Stair
  • ISBN: 1111115
  • Page: 370
  • Format: newsprint stapled folio
  • for she, who kept the other alphabet (BlankVerseDead folio series) By Pablo D'Stair for she, who kept the other alphabet is a poem by Pablo D Stair, author of The Choice of Dogs and other poems
    for she, who kept the other alphabet (BlankVerseDead folio series) By Pablo D'Stair

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    1. Megan on said:

      The first time I read through for she who kept the other alphabet, the six short poems read like a tutorial for new zombies to soothe the pain of coping with the things they have now lost such as love, family, cigarettes and books They must now have to get used to scooping up the remains of their loved ones out of the earth, and the songs in their heads shall be the tormented wails of their loved ones last futile moaning laments.The first time I read through for she who kept the other alphabet, [...]

    2. Jackie Vazquez on said:

      I d be lying if I said I understood Pablo D Stair s poetry However, after reading through this folio I found myself contemplating the subject matter, which I interpreted to be the relative instability of the things and situations in our lives That being said, I m sure everyone has their own opinions on the matter What I found was that D Stair s writing was eloquent and thought provoking in its simplicity I will surely be reading this folio again and again.

    3. Jim on said:

      This is a very short six pages pamplet of poetry, the uniting theme of which seems to be what will and will not be Alternate lines in the poem begin either a time will come or but a time won t come I can t say that I know what the author was trying to say, but he does provide some interesting imagery Thanks for another First Reads win

    4. Amber Ditullio on said:

      The title of this folio is what caught my attention I d never heard of the author or of his poetry, but this title was intriguing So I entered to win a copy and did, here on GoodReads.I received the folio yesterday As advertised, it was a small booklet with each stanza of the poem on a new page The paper it was printed on was a darker cream and the overall booklet was very stark.The poetry itself is free verse and very meta It s not one that I got on a first read through, but one that I suspect [...]

    5. Katie on said:

      Won this through First Reads.I ve won multiple of Pable D Stair s poems, and I m not sure I d call myself a winner They give off an aura of forced attempts to be poetic which end up being rather incomprehensible and at times, somewhat sexist The poetry is rather repetitive and impossible to glean meaning from However, in every jumble of a poem, there is at least one line that strikes me If D Stair could learn how to isolate these lines and remove all the poetic filler, then maybe we d have somet [...]

    6. Billie on said:

      This review is based on a free copy received through First Reader ProgramNot having understood what the author was intending to convey these are my thoughts a time will come when paper no longer functionsbut a time won t come when the paperwork is all donea time will come when I will use will but a time won t come when I won t use won t a time will come when I use VII, VIII, IX and Xa time will come when light so high it makes me lowbut a time won t come when I like CAPITAL lettersbut a time won [...]

    7. Matthew on said:

      I was very excited to receive the first read copy of this poem, partially because everyone wants to win and mostly because I love poetry This has all of the elements of a popular song today Plenty of repetitive repetition and hooks which I couldn t figure out how they hooked or connected together Pablo D Stair it is obvious you did not write this poetry for me to get, but not getting it doesn t make me feel hip Possibly send a copy to a sopho English major somewhere sitting in a coffee house sna [...]

    8. Colby on said:

      I won this in a giveaway.I m not like a poem connoisseur or anything, but I can usually decipher a poem.This one I can t figure it out I read it twice, and I just don t really get it It s odd But it s consistent in style throughout, and I didn t dislike it, I just honestly could not figure it out At all.

    9. Michael Ruger on said:

      I won this in a giveaway I m really not that into poetry, this was just ok and didn t have me jumping out of my seat I read this twice and i can t help but feel this way.

    10. Zachary Cuttitta on said:

      pending review Original review was for different collection.

    11. Skye Williams on said:

      I am OK at understanding poems, but not this I was confused from start to finish.

    12. Georgiann Hennelly on said:

      I won this in a Giveaway The poem is very free verse and each stanza is on a separate page I enjoyed the poem very much.

    13. Isabeau on said:

      I m afraid I have to agree with many other reviews here, and I just couldn t even begin to get what this poem was trying to convey.

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