The Saint of Letting Small Fish Go




      The Saint of Letting Small Fish Go
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  • Paperback
  • 73 pages
  • The Saint of Letting Small Fish Go
  • Eliot Khalil Wilson
  • English
  • 13 November 2018
  • 1880834588

10 thoughts on “ The Saint of Letting Small Fish Go

  1. Julianna Schock says:

    Eliot Khalil Wilson, native to Virginia but a resident in Alabama, really knows how to capture an atmosphere by describing its people Poems like 1CThe Black Shawled Widows of Castilla y Leon 1D which focuses only on these widows, paints a gorgeous picture of Latin American culture He manages to blend Syria and Damascus with Clearview, West Virginia in poems like 1CSyrian Light and the Leisure of Moths 1D and does so not to compensate for a sense of internationality, but because it works and Eliot Khalil Wilson, native to Virginia but a resident in Alabama, really knows how to capture an atmosphere by describing its people Poems like 1CThe Black Shawled Widows of Castilla y Leon 1D which focuses only on these widows, paints a gorgeous picture of Latin American culture He manages to blend Syria and Damascus with Clearview, West Virginia in poems like 1CSyrian Light and the Leisure of Moths 1D and does so not to compensate for a sense of internationality, but because it works and because the brilliance of the poem led him to be able to weave together...

  2. Mike says:

    Upon first glance, there appeared to be a lot of beautiful writing, but after the second read through most of these poems, they lacked feeling There were still some nice standouts, though I particularly liked Just Now for Love and Collards.

  3. Drusilla says:

    One of the most accomplished books of poetry I ve read The poems have weight and gravity balanced against a sharp wit and strange, fabulous eye.

  4. Jen says:

    poetry that sends one to honest familiarity via a most exquisite and often bizarre route.

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