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When the Tree Falls

Jane Clark

Publisher: Bloodaxe Books

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Summary

Jane Clarke’s lyrically eloquent poems bear witness to the rhythms of birth and death, celebration and mourning, endurance and regrowth. An elegiac sequence, inspired by the loss of her father, moves gracefully through this second collection. Rooted in the everyday and backlit by mystery, here are poems to savour and return to, for the pleasure of finely honed lines that powerfully evoke the depth of our connections to people, place and nature. Jane Clarke’s first collection, The River, was published by Bloodaxe in 2015 to both critical and public acclaim.

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