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Waking Long live Ron Rash the storyteller, but heres the news. Ron Rash the poet is back and giving us poems that are both the river stones and the water making them shine. If allowed only two words for this wonderful poet, they would have to be clear and lithe. New Download Waking author Ron Rash For Kindle ePUB or eBook – wholesalesweetshop.co.uk

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  1. I did not know Ron Rash was a poet until I discovered this book I am familiar with his novels, particularly the amazing Serena, and short stories, which are distinctly Southern, often focusing on those who work hard yet seem to get pull...

  2. I was eager to read this most recent 2011 book of collected poetry by Ron Rash after reading his first three poetry offerings in recent weeks Rash started with poetry and reviewers of hisrecent novels note that as they praise his poetic use of words in his prose work He is rapidly becomingthan a well known and well respected regional writer in the southern and Appalachian areas His recent bestseller Serena and his short story collections have moved him into the national scene M I was eager to read this most recent 2011 book of collected poetry by Ron Rash after reading his first three poetry offerings in recent weeks Rash started with poetry and reviewers of hisrecent novels note that as they praise his poetic use of words in his prose work He is rapidly becomingthan a well known and well respected regional writer in the southern and Appalachian areas His recent bestseller Serena and his short story collections have moved him into the national scene Many of the poems in Waking have been previously published in magazines and journals Ron Rash promises us a slower pace in this book ResolutionThe serge and clatter of whitewater concealshow shallow underneath is, how quickly gone.Leave that noise behi...

  3. Waking by Ron Rash a collection of poems broken up into five parts and the cover s barren landscape with its snowed in vehicle is a perfect depiction of the run down landscape presented in the first selection of poems From Woodshed in Watauga County page 7 as mud daubers and dust motes drifted above like moments unmoored from time, and the world and from Junk Car in Snow page 8 , No shade tree surgery could revive its engine, so rolled into the pasture, left stalled among cattle, Waking by Ron Rash a collection of poems broken up into five parts and the cover s barren landscape with its snowed in vehicle is a perfect depiction of the run down landscape presented in the first selection of poems From Woodshed in Watauga County page 7 as mud daubers and dust motes drifted above like moments unmoored from time, and the world and from Junk Car in Snow page 8 , No shade tree surgery could revive its engine, so rolled into the pasture, left stalled among cattle, so...

  4. I read this book of poems because I was taken by Rash s rich use of language in his novel, Serena He uses his powers of observation, knowledge of Appalachia, his culture and people, and concise word choice to full advantage Many of the poems are snapshots or paintings in words in which little ...

  5. Most poems in this collection I enjoyed, especially having lived in Appalachia and loving the wildness of the mountains I liked the specific details of nature, and rural people working, and life and death cradled in nature and s...

  6. Ron Rash continues to write evocative, earthy poetry rooted strongly in his sense of place I especially loved the poem that inspired to the cover art Popsugar Reading Challenge Categories Under 150 pages Finished in a day Recommended by a family member Poetry Borrowed from library

  7. I was surprised by how uninspired I was with this collection For something with such a heavy focus on the beauty of the natural world and the rich but simple traditions of Southern Appalachia, this felt mighty forced and stuffy to me.

  8. My first book of poetry I ve reviewed and it fell short for me Maybe the familiarity I have with the area actually took away from the impact I do enjoy Ron Rash s other books and would recommend them all I ll keep Waking on nightstand to see if I can better relate after a couple of reads.