Barefoot on Ice

By Winston Farrell

 

"AH WANT TO GO TO NEW YORK
AH WANT A BITE O' THE BIG APPLE
AND EVERY DAY YOU HEAR THEM SAY
GOD BLESS THE U.S.A"


'A significant part of the pleasure of this collection of poems comes from the poet's use of language and imagery where, as the examples quoted above have perhaps indicated, there is a rough "pushing" at the limits of understanding and meaning-in order to give birth, not only to the meaning of the poem, but also to the paradoxes and contradictions of life that it embodies: the cruelty and danger and the violence, but also the possibility of hope and the birth of love.
I hope that your own reading of Barefoot on Ice will be as rewarding as mine was
'
Mark Mcwatt.

Barefoot On Ice by Winston Farrell

116 pgs. | Pub. 2015 Caribbean Chapters Publishing Inc.

ISBN: 9781514380239

Caribbean Region & International Rights Available

Available for Adaptation to TV/Film/Audiobook

Please contact the author (or agent if specified) to discuss obtaining rights.

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