by Michael Walsh
I don\’t usually read poetry, so I don\’t quite know what to say about this. The poems describe moments from life on a dairy farm. Much more vivid and contemplative than the last book I read. Although it doesn\’t really contain a narrative, and I couldn\’t always visualize exactly what the poet was relating, something about it made me want to go back and read the poems again. To slide into the depth between the words, to look sideways and see something more clearly. So I guess it was successful.
Rating: 3/5 74 pages, 2010