Deaths and pretty cousins
David Campbell has served a long, serious apprenticeship in the craft and art of poetry. Now, in each new collection, structure is totally harmonised with content and each poem seems to spring effortlessly from the page, as astonishing and inevitable as the natural world where the poet moves with such ease; the senses transmitting colour, movement, shape and sound to the mind, and the mind transmuting these into the word. In many of the poems in Deaths and Pretty Cousins Campbell still draws...[Show more]
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