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stone: poems, by Steven Carter


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Steven Carter continues his amazing and prolific series of poetry collections with the third volume of his latest trilogy, stone, following upon his earlier fragments and ocean (all available from Red Moon Press). In the past Carter has channeled Catullus, opined on Browne, and reminisced on the forgotten dusty 1950s in California. Here he continues to create the future from his past, in a rollocking and riveting style.

“It doesn’t get any better than this.”
     — From a student evaluation/California State University

As you sit between the sand dunes
It will come to you.

A crisis of faith, sort of.
“Have faith, it’ll come to you;

“Give it a minute or two.”
It: the name of a town, a date,

A hurtful sentence from back in the day:
On the tip of your tongue . . . Not yet.

As you wrestle with it, how many waves
Come to you, unnoticed.

ISBN: 978-1-947271-39-5
Pages: 64
Size: 5" x 7.5"
Binding: perfect softbound

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