1 thought on “The Masks Of Drought

  1. There is something untamed about the poetry of William Everson. Many of the images he creates are very raw, and even wildly perceptive, as he seems to sense something deeper about the movements of reality, something like the marrow of spirituality and of the world. The poems in this particular collection were written about nature, and are ostensibly the most secular of his writings. Yet even in his mountain retreat, as he channels Robert Frost (perhaps), there is a resounding depth to what he ex [...]

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