5 edition of A Lifetime of Poetry found in the catalog.
December 5, 2006
by Outskirts Press
Written in English
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Pat Mora, an El Paso native and a widely respected award-winning author, has won the Texas Institute of Letters’ prestigious Lon Tinkle Award for Lifetime Achievement. For a lifetime, we have waited for that moment, to behold the deepest deep of wisdom For a lifetime, the seas, stars and the moon obeyed the rhythm For a lifetime, years passed, we toiled for what seems to be or not For a lifetime, we rest without delay For a lifetime, we crushed our feelings; shouldn’t we let the emotions speak?
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I sit in the early twilight, And, through the gathering shade,I look on the fields around me Where yet a child I I peer into the shadows, Till they seem to pass away,And the fields and their tiny brooklet Lie clear in the light of day.A delicate child and slender, With lock of light-brown hair,From knoll to knoll is leaping In the breezy summer stoops to.
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citizen. The book must be published by a small press, non-profit, or university press in a standard edition in Translations are ineligible, as are chapbooks. A $ cash prize goes to the author. Jhené began writing poetry at 6 years old. At 13, she signed to a major record label and began her career as a recording artist.
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