(Poem) Compassion goddess hears the cries of the world and descends to help those in need by Donna Snyder

I came here on the back of an extinct crane Its slender neck Wings fierce and gilded with the feathers of the north wind I heard the needs of the people and the tormented world I fled the other pla…

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Information on my new book

 

 

NeoPoiesis Press link to various distributors in the world

 Amazo

 Barnes and Noble

 Abe Books

or for an autographed copy, buy it directly from the author   donnajosnyder@gmail.com

 

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Review of I Am South by Lawrence Barrett

Lawrence Barrett reviewed I Am South when it was released as a chapbook in 2010.  Now Virgogray Press has reissued it as a perfect bound paperback book.

http://slimgizzardz.blogspot.com/2012/09/lawrence-barrett-review-of-i-am-south.html

Donna Snyder: I am South

Donna Snyder Reading at Western New Mexico U – March 18, 2015

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Donna Snyder NM Reading

Virgogray Press poet, Donna Snyder, will be reading at the J. Cloyd Miller Library at Western New Mexico University on Wednesday March 18, 2015 as part of the continuing series, “Reflections of an Artist,” presented by the Western Institute for Lifelong Learning.

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I Am South by Donna Snyder Reissued

Thank you, Virgogray Press, for reissuing my book, I Am South.

Virgogray Press

Donna Snyder: I am SouthIn Donna Snyder’s debut collection of poetry, I Am South, readers are exposed to the vivid psyche of a poet unafraid to release the passions, fears and reasoning of inner toil and resolve. Snyder’s poetry is like a painting that tells mystified stories and is very revealing in all their discretion. The language of the poet is elaborate and intense evoking images such as darkness: “it is a black night and I dive over and over / from the prow of a black boat/ into the blackest water” (“To Continue is Imperative,” 27), mythology: “He turns his feathered back on the siren’s song / a choice will lead him back to the horned man’s woodland” (“Dreaming in Cards,” 23), and sex: “the sound of movies and silk hosing swishing / the young thighs crossed and uncrossed in the darkness / If only I had never said yes to fervent…

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