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Poet's Model

Poet s Model Come in please I d like you to pose for a poem The title poem blurs the line between the solitude of written art and the social realm of the visual arts The poetry in this collection spans than half a

  • Title: Poet's Model
  • Author: Michael McGrinder
  • ISBN: 9781500148607
  • Page: 279
  • Format: Paperback
  • Come in please I d like you to pose for a poem The title poem blurs the line between the solitude of written art and the social realm of the visual arts The poetry in this collection spans than half a century, and covers a wide range of subjects and moods The poet s love of art pays homage to Henry Moore and Brancusi, as well as to the sensuality of the VenusCome in please I d like you to pose for a poem The title poem blurs the line between the solitude of written art and the social realm of the visual arts The poetry in this collection spans than half a century, and covers a wide range of subjects and moods The poet s love of art pays homage to Henry Moore and Brancusi, as well as to the sensuality of the Venus de Milo The grittier side of his experience comes to life in brawl, Juke Joint and The Drunk Delight in the humor sometimes sardonic of Spell My Name Right, Grant Applications and To The Judges, as well as in many of what the poet considers miniature takes The common issue of Clutter causes it to be in demand at readings, while baseball finds voice in The Lasting Value of Diamonds Depth, originality and perceptive insights are pervasive throughout the collection Read these poems quietly to yourself, or read them aloud to another person, or to a room filled with people Michael McGrinder is a poet who is also a playwright a deeply sensitive writer who knows how to entertain, even when it hurts.

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    1 thought on “Poet's Model

    1. Thoughtful, thought-provoking, inspirational, insightful, twisted (in a poet’s way)… there's too much great poetry here and I haven’t enough descriptors — a poor reviewer I confess; I fret what I cannot strut. My best advice is to read just this one masterpiece and then pursue:“A Tenderness”I shall make a tendernessand I shall givethat tenderness to you.I shall weave itfrom my thoughtsand from my feelingsand I shall bind itin simple wordsand with a caress.I shall give it thento you,a [...]

    2. This collection of poetry is spectacular. McGrinder's voice in his poems is so strong, it makes you want to keep reading. Each poem is different, and each poem is wonderful. I highly recommend this collection, especially if you're a fan of poetry or would like to become a fan.

    3. I really liked the first poem, Poet's Model. Most (all?) of the poems in this collection are free verse. I enjoy some free verse poetry, but mostly prefer rhymed poetry. Of course, that depends on my mood, the setting, and how much coffee I had (or didn't have) that morning. So, as with most reviews of poetry, take this one with a grain of salt. How one reacts to poetry is so subjective that it is hard to decide, from reading reviews, whether or not you want to take the plunge and purchase the c [...]

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