The Coincidence of Castles

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The Coincidence of Castles

The Coincidence of Castles The Coincidence of Castles is a traveler s guide for those who travel best in the mind I ve never been to Ireland Tobi Cogswell writes a series of poems here that does than just hit the fringes and hi

  • Title: The Coincidence of Castles
  • Author: Tobi Cogswell
  • ISBN: 9781941783016
  • Page: 393
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Coincidence of Castles is a traveler s guide for those who travel best in the mind I ve never been to Ireland Tobi Cogswell writes a series of poems here that does than just hit the fringes and highlights of a country Cogswell speaks of the luggage it takes, literally and in the soul, to fully feel the breath of Ireland then she transcends the earthly things The Coincidence of Castles is a traveler s guide for those who travel best in the mind I ve never been to Ireland Tobi Cogswell writes a series of poems here that does than just hit the fringes and highlights of a country Cogswell speaks of the luggage it takes, literally and in the soul, to fully feel the breath of Ireland then she transcends the earthly things, even the grudges, loves, and memories we carry for strength The Coincidence of Castles is a full life through the eyes of a too humble poet Tobi Cogswell is a joy to share words with in this quiet world Clifford Brooks, author of The Draw of Broken Eyes Whirling Metaphysics, Georgia Author of the Year nominee and Pulitzer Prize nominee

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    1. Justin Hamm on said:

      I read Tobi Cogswell’s A Coincidence of Castles a few months back and knew I’d return to it again before long. Turns out St. Patrick’s Day was the perfect time to allow myself to be swept back up into the fields and pubs and peat and men and women and lust and death and whistling chimneys and Guinnesses and sea birds and fairies and fisherman and fiddles and banjos and ballads of Cogswell’s version of Ireland.The collection is structured as a journey, from departure to return, and I love [...]

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