Road Work Ahead Poetry LGBT Studies In the follow up to his critically acclaimed collection MUTE Raymond Luczak sets out on a turbulent journey after ending a year relationship The poems of ROAD WORK AHEAD follow

  • Title: Road Work Ahead
  • Author: Raymond Luczak
  • ISBN: 9780578071589
  • Page: 120
  • Format: Paperback
  • Poetry LGBT Studies In the follow up to his critically acclaimed collection MUTE, Raymond Luczak sets out on a turbulent journey after ending a 15 year relationship The poems of ROAD WORK AHEAD follow Luczak as he meets kindred souls on his travels and wonders what it means to love again He opens the suitcase of his heart in far flung cities and points beyond His poemPoetry LGBT Studies In the follow up to his critically acclaimed collection MUTE, Raymond Luczak sets out on a turbulent journey after ending a 15 year relationship The poems of ROAD WORK AHEAD follow Luczak as he meets kindred souls on his travels and wonders what it means to love again He opens the suitcase of his heart in far flung cities and points beyond His poems, pungent with musk and ache, will open yours too.

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    1. Deaf-Man's Bluff'Blind-man's Bluff: A blindfolded player uses sound over sight to find other players in this traditional children's game.' Reverse the rules of this favored pastime and there is an entry into the magic of Raymond Luczak's wondrously beautiful poetry, this collection being the fourth and called ROAD WORK AHEAD. An observant wanderer around the cities and the wilds of nature in search of repair after the loss of a fifteen year long relationship, Luczak has been deaf since infancy, [...]

    2. This is a great collection of poetry that maps out self-exploration through relationships lost and gained and the timeless places and monuments that dot the sphere of our world and beyond. There's a collective sense of longing, wondering, and wandering throughout these poems that reoccurs through their mindful arrangement. In the end, I could not help but be left with feelings of encouragement, displacement, and discovery that felt hauntingly familiar.Poems worth lingering on are Orbit, In Repos [...]

    3. I felt as if most of these poems resembled strong undergraduate poems--poems by students of mine that I thought held a lot of promise but weren't quite there yet. Many of these poems seemed to be meant for someone who, as one of my grad instructors would put it, "was there but we weren't." Do these poems belong to absent lovers or the reader?

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