D.S. Martin's new poetry collection Ampersand brings together portraits & observations where the poet reflects upon artists, saints, reformers, poets, his own elderly parents, & various biblical characters--including twelve poems written for each of the twelve disciples. Ampersand--as the title suggests--brings together many disparate things, giving room for diverse reflections on human experience & the world in which we live.
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Ampersand Andrew Batoche beneath bird boat bone connected breath brother Chasing the Blues Christ clink cross dark dead death deep despite distant Dreaming of Trees dumont decided echoes empty eternal figure evanescence eyes father’s feet fingers fire fish flames follow forest friends Galilee Glosselle grey-black cloud Grocery Cart hands heart hills James the Less Jephthah Jesus Judas Tree knew leaves lifted light listen Lord mary Mary of Bethany middleton’s mother night Night-Bound peter poems praise prophet rain raindrop ravens fly river Robert Frost Robert Siegel rock saint seen servants shadow shore silence simon Simon the Zealot sing skies sleep soldiers song soul sound squirm st paul’s St Paul’s Cathedral stare stone straight street stumble swirl sword there’s things Thomas didymus Tintern Abbey tongue tower voice wait walked watch what’s who’d William Blake wind window wonder wood word young she looks