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5.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful, intelligent, thought-provoking., 3 May 2003
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This review is from: The Jupiter Collisions (Paperback)
This is a beautiful and intelligent collection of poems, accessible to all readers. The poems cover many themes, from Bob Dylan to Prime Numbers, and yet they all subtly contain a sense of the irrevocable. Be it remembrance or existence, there is always a sense of helplessness in the poems; we cannot change the past, we cannot change the conditions on Jupiter, nor even predict Prime Numbers.
The format is essentially prose, the poetic justification occuring in the exact and harmonious choice of words and their sparse separations, making the reading of the poems both smooth and thought-provoking.
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The Jupiter Collisions by Lachlan Mackinnon (Paperback - 17 Feb 2003)
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