From the title poem: Ampersand pink as dead shrimp, the unborn curls in its tide pool--seed pearl whose mother lusters over irritant love it's too late to dislodge; little anemone, shrinking from touch. So and holds separate what it most closely binds. Review: "Ms. Greger's poems take place at the point of encounter between the mind and the world of matter...And it is the resistance of the real and the increasing urgency the poet feels in trying to extinguish her solitude ...that make these poems emotional."--The New ...

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