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By J. A. Hamilton

Shortlisted for the 1991 Pat Lowther Award

In J.A. Hamilton's poems blood is crimson, black hearts are black. there isn't any flinching from issues as undesirable as they are often, particularly yet not just for ladies. And but, this passionate robust writing radiates confirmation. "his solid o, sturdy outdated global" is livable nonetheless in acts of natural verbal magic.

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