Hell on Heels, Poetry by Alicia Young


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Jul 19, Diana Rose rated it it was amazing. I am currently writing a review of this book, she writes as a mother, a mortician, a lover of words and of life. Images spring to life from each page and paint themselves forever in the deep recesses of the mind. This is for every woman who has lived ,loved and continues to walk with grace may it be in heels or tennis shoes. She has made her mark on the poetic community with this volume of poetry.. Jul 24, Lady Lazarus-Press rated it it was amazing. Hell on Heels, Poems by Alicia Young -- Yes, Lady Lazarus-Press is the publisher of this fine debut collection of poetry and we are uber-proud of this book and the author.

Then let me grow. Being observed,. There I sate, and wished. My God,. My duty troubles you with words. Dear cousin, give me faith,.

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This gift of yours. Now listen,—let us understand:. May God change his world. Well, girls have curious minds.

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It is seven years since: Explanatory Notes. Like Janus, the two-headed classical god of thresholds and boundaries memorialized in the word January, Aurora surveys her past and future. The line appears in a poem read by the eponymous Princess, who like Aurora aspires to gender equality and rejects cultural stereotypes of femininity, shortly before she resists a marriage proposal from the Prince.

Ever green ivy, associated by the Victorians with friendship and fidelity in friendship see Beverly Seaton, The Language of Flowers: A History [Charlottesville: UP of Virginia, ] , had been used to crown the victor in early competitions in Greek tragedy.

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See BC , and Ovid, Metamorphoses 4. Writing in to H. Boyd, whom she regarded as a mentor in Greek studies, EBB observed that some scholars questioned the authenticity of the accents and that her friend, classicist Sir Uvedale Price, feared they would create confusion BC EBB herself, like male contemporaries including Boyd, P. Genesis The metaphors in this collection are anything but conventional. Kurt Vonnegut ' called love "a hawk with velvet claws," but many singers, writers, authors, and figures in popular culture have compared love to various animals, including dogs, birds, and even a crocodile.

Love has been compared to many things, but surprisingly, some have likened it to a disease, as the eclectic mix of quotes shows in this final section. Share Flipboard Email. Richard Nordquist is a freelance writer and former professor of English and Rhetoric who wrote college-level Grammar and Composition textbooks.

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Updated October 08, Love begins with a metaphor. Anyone may gather it and no limit is set. I guess that love is a banana peel.

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