Susan Adams

Review Short: Susan Adams’s Beside Rivers

The poems in Susan Adams’s Beside Rivers are arranged in three sections: Awash, A Wonder, and Wander By Water. The cover blurb states ‘Susan Adams’s first book shines with imagery and clear eyed veracity …’; although many poems do shine, I’m not convinced that I found the ‘clear eyed veracity’ worked as well as the blurb suggested, nor that the imagery was always as successful as the poet intended.

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Another Mouthwash Day

She wakes with a new taste in her mouth, decay, a type of metallica fillings falling out, or setting herself in a mercury bath. A vibration peddles nerves gives electronica edges, loss & disturb bones point in different directions. Today …

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