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Marianne Boruch writes: “Minnick gives us deeply interior poems that nevertheless closely and richly attend to leaf and child, love and work, spoon and weather, how to see and how to listen. Somewhere in this book is ‘the cloud’s lament’, the ‘ripe agony of trees’. But savor the quiet too, as you turn each page.”
MFA Creative Writing, Florida International University
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