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Spectral Horse Poems No. 4

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Length: 56 pages21 minutes

Summary

More poems about undiscovered countries, love in confusing times, events at the Red Sea told from the point of view of Pharoah’s army, and the proprietorship of bathtubs. Includes two long poems in blank verse, and their engrossing stories.

No. 4 in the Spectral Horse chapbook series from Simon Pole, author of The Saga Terminal City.

Poems included:

The Cartographer’s Poem
Moral Clarity
Rain of Love
Hymn to Prose
The King
Halls of Hate
Cephas
A Proposal
The Maestro
Pharaoh’s Army
Father, Father
A Rumble for the Regime
Why Us, God?

Bio

His mind corrupted by childhood exposure to horror movie matinees, but equally enthralled by the atmosphere of old churches, Simon Pole writes cosmic poetry from the location of Vancouver, British Columbia. A graduate of Harvard University, Simon has continued his studies of what is hidden in the dark. Writing is also in his blood, being the great-great-grandson of early Canadian poet Susie Drury.

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