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|Title||All We Saw||
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|Publisher||Bloomsbury||Group||Fiction||View shopping cart|
|Binding||Hardback||Category||Poetry||Terms and conditions|
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|Synopsis||A mesmerising, luminously beautiful new poetry collection from Anne Michaels, internationally acclaimed poet and bestselling author of Fugitive Pieces.
In All We Saw, Anne Michaels brings her profound insight and lyrical virtuosity to explore the ways we seek meaning and find connections.
Painting imagery of a sea in darkness, the shine of a woman's hair in the light, the intimacy of a small home as rain falls outside, she evokes longing and desire, the power of language to wound and heal, and the gap between what we hope and feel.
A rower draws an oar through the depths of a starlit sea, and feels the enormity of the world. In five places far apart, a woman and a man experience the force of instant love. A dreamer awakes with the certainty that she is not alone in grief after all.
Meditating on memory, time, love and loss, they reveal a world of individual stories and intersecting lives, of quotidian moments and shared rituals, set against the vast inevitability of skies and ocean.
Written with intensity, precision and poise, All We Saw is a luminously beautiful collection from a master of the form.
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