That Morning Will Come: New & Selected Poems (Salmonpoetry) (Paperback) Review

That Morning Will Come: New & Selected PoemsExperienced and prolific author and poet Seamus Cashman returns with his third anthology, "That Morning Will Come", a focus on spirituality and musings on life drawn from Cashman's visit to the holy land and Palestine - with a side look at human rights. Cashman also touches on parenthood and other commonly faced problems of life. A deftly written and highly recommended piece of poetry, perfect for community library poetry collections. "Poised on the Edge": I would have been a pharaoh/to your Nile, a sunbeam to your cist/a button on your belly tying up ends/in my beginnings, fits, and enterprises.//I could go for days on your breathings/But to end all that I stand here/poised on the edge of waking/ready for a drought.

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Cashman is the founder of one of Ireland's leading literary and cultural publishing houses, Wolfhound Press. The new poems in this collection reflect Cashman's sense of place and of the spiritual groundings of daily life characteristic of his early poems. Secrets, a sequence of thirteen poems written following a visit to Palestine, are passionate responses to contemporary political tragedy, abuse of human rights, and love of homeland. Poems in section two, Opening Doors, dance between childhood, and parenthood, catch glimpses in mirrors and are `Flying skies'. Here are accessible, confident poems by a poet whose lyrical voice captivates. In a sure, measured voice, Cashman shows that natural beauty and family affection are the same in Jerusalem and Portmarnock."" --Booklist.""A deftly written and highly recommended peice of poetry.""The Midwest Book Review

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