Notes from the Last to Leave

Frederick Pollack’s subdued verse ambles through the corridors of his memory, questioning and recounting with a voice that stiffens against its cracks and confesses with a soldierly poise. His work rejects all melodrama, and is a fantastically refreshing read.

Frederick Pollack | The Courtship of Winds

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