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Only the Sound Itself
Only the Sound Itself
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Ben Mitchell - Author
Codhill Press
N/A
Paperback - 45 pages
Release Date: September 2010
ISBN10: N/A
ISBN13: 978-1-930337-52-7

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Summary

Poetry that reminds us to think about the experiences that made us who we are.

Only the Sound Itself reminds us to think about the experiences that made us who we are. This poetry acts as a wake-up call to make us realize how hectic and crazy our lives have become. The theme of nature throughout the collection allows one to see the peace and serenity that used to exist and how the simplicity of life is lost as we take on responsibilities, fall in love, and eventually grow into adulthood.

Ben Mitchell is a poet who lives in Vermont and teaches poetry there. This is his first book.

Distributed for Codhill Press



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Table of Contents

Only the Sound Itself

August Morning

Setting Fires

The Day it Snowed Forever

This

Dear Santa

Sugar Snow

Xerox Machine

Was it Shakespeare or Dorothy Parker

Smoking

Nipple, Nipple, Nipple

Salad Bar

Imagine a Man

In A Field

Orange Juice

Yellow Office

Placemats

Morning Bus

Kitchen Window

The Pale Light of Canadian Brushfire

Duffel Bag

Do You Ever

Silent Mountain


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