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By Heath, Helen
Are Friends Electric? is an audacious new work by the author of the prizewinning collection Graft.
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To graft something is to fix two things together like tree branches or skin to heal or grow something new. The word graft originates from the Old Norse groftr, meaning to dig, and is also linked with the verb grave, an ancient Germanic one also meaning to dig. The poems in Graft ...attempt to bring things together - ideas and cultures, people, sometimes to heal. Sometimes there are unlikely pairs: science and magical thinking, fact and fiction, myth and history. Sometimes there are more predictable pairings with less predictable outcomes - mothers and fathers, brothers and sisters. They dig away at things, trying to find a truth or an answer or a lost person. What we find is often not what we are looking for.Read more
This book is dedicated to my Lord Savior and friend Jesus who knew me long before I ever knew him thank you for the gifts and talents you've given me help me to always use them for your glory. To my parents who have passed away I know they would be so very proud of me and to my s...iblings also to every child of God and lover of poetry I hope whoever reads these poems gets as much enjoyment from reading them as I did writing them.Read more
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