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The Beautiful Girl Whose Wish Was Not Fulfilled

The Beautiful Girl Whose Wish Was Not Fulfilled Like a literary salon these poems are peopled with characters one is curious to meet not the least of whom is the poet himself Ace Boggess s passion for philosophy counterpoints his sensuous descrip

  • Title: The Beautiful Girl Whose Wish Was Not Fulfilled
  • Author: Ace Boggess
  • ISBN: 9780972180115
  • Page: 338
  • Format: Paperback
  • Like a literary salon, these poems are peopled with characters one is curious to meet, not the least of whom is the poet himself Ace Boggess s passion for philosophy counterpoints his sensuous descriptions and romantic longings, resulting in engaging poems that meet the reader than halfway Readers who make the journey will, unlike the girl in the title poem s Turki Like a literary salon, these poems are peopled with characters one is curious to meet, not the least of whom is the poet himself Ace Boggess s passion for philosophy counterpoints his sensuous descriptions and romantic longings, resulting in engaging poems that meet the reader than halfway Readers who make the journey will, unlike the girl in the title poem s Turkish fairy tale, find at least some of their wishes fulfilled Natasha Saje

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    1 thought on “The Beautiful Girl Whose Wish Was Not Fulfilled

    1. While the poetry in this volume isn't on the same level as Ace Boggess' more recent work, it definitely isn't worthy of the one-star rating another reviewer left here. It's interesting to see how writers change over the course of their careers, but it's also sometimes hard to go backwards with a writer you really like right now, since their older work is usually less perfected (or at least less perfect for you). I think that's the problem I'm having here. This work is earnest, sad, and sometimes [...]

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