The Drunk Sonnets

By Daniel Bailey

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From forgiveness in a beehive to tiny banquets for retired janitors, Daniel Bailey's fifty-three sonnets combine formal constraint with unfettered caterwauling. This is contemporary poetic sincerity that is not too shy to see the heart, to eat the heart, to carry a heart and hold it when it catches a shake.Bailey's work has appeared in No Colony, Abraham Lincoln, NOÖ Journ From forgiveness in a beehive to tiny banquets for retired janitors, Daniel Bailey's fifty-three sonnets

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Book details

Paperback, 53 pages
October 23rd 2009 by Magic Helicopter Press

(first published 2009)

ISBN
0984140603 (ISBN13: 9780984140602)
Edition Language
English

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