Search This Blog

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Review of Turtle Grass by Irene Koronos

Mankind inhabits a green world wreathed with huddles of life—both weedy leas and bluegrass lawns. In turtle grass, her third full- length book of poetry, Irene Koronas taps into this common, yet often quietly invisible existence and renders up extraordinary visual meditations on nature, art, and most of all, family. Her poems remind one of the short-line imagist poems of H.D. (Sea Rose) and Amy Lowell (The Pond), except Koronas’ poems seem more vivid in both their movement and sense of color.  For more of my review go here:

No comments:

Post a Comment