Lines to the South by John William Corrington

Copyright 1965
Checked out 1 time in 36 years
Last checked out 36 years ago

In the face of disinterest, there is no reason to keep this book on the shelf. The poems are mostly free verse that is broken in ways that make it feel disjointed. God and religion are explored in some of them but not in a way that is likely to appeal to local church-goers. Let this one go.

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