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Friday, January 1, 2016

Review of Bleak Splendor by George Held

In this haunting, yet modest, book of meditations, memories, and mementoes, George Held constructs a makeshift time capsule of neuro-detritus, both profane and numinous. His subjects range from wealth to mortality to nature’s relentlessness to aging to outdated vocations to (even more) outdated heroes to the probable odor of Jesus Christ. For more of my review of Bleak Splendor go to: http://dougholder.blogspot.com/2016/01/bleak-splendor-poems-by-george-held.html

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