Lean Days

Lean Days Steve McOrmond captures what it s like to love and leave your hometown in Lean Days his debut collection of poetry From remembering Saturday night half tons cruise Granville StreetAlice gives them t

  • Title: Lean Days
  • Author: Steve McOrmond
  • ISBN: 9780919897946
  • Page: 375
  • Format: Paperback
  • Steve McOrmond captures what it s like to love and leave your hometown in Lean Days, his debut collection of poetry From remembering Saturday night, half tons cruise Granville StreetAlice gives them the finger and you both think you ll die to receiving a letter from the friend who stayed home, McOrmond s finely crafted poems awake the longing that everyone feelsSteve McOrmond captures what it s like to love and leave your hometown in Lean Days, his debut collection of poetry From remembering Saturday night, half tons cruise Granville StreetAlice gives them the finger and you both think you ll die to receiving a letter from the friend who stayed home, McOrmond s finely crafted poems awake the longing that everyone feels for the town that will never be home again But the poet doesn t stop there Having left his home he encounters a different sort of love where it took a tall drunk guy in a blue dress to tell me I had great lips It took you to show me who they were made for and discovers new kinds of pain as the city wraps around him, full of the sound of Glenn Gould playing Adagissimo The tempo of stars With honesty, a maritime sensibility, and a subtle way with images, Steve McOrmond s Lean Days invites readers into a past and a present that will resonate deeply with them.

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    1. On the whole I wanted from this collection While McOrmond allows self conscious levity from time to time such as a delightful moment in the poem Mid January where he throws up his hands and whines, So what if it sounds like a Harlequin some wine with that cheese It s better than this lump in the throat , he often fails at the challenging task of rendering the personal in a universal light Where an evocative image or concrete language might serve him better, he tends to lapse into abstract, emo [...]


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