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Distant Kinships: Poems


The first published collection of poetry by an attorney in Albany, NY, who has been composing verse since his youth. Originally inspired by the poems of Bob Dylan, he developed over the years his own voice and style. In conjuring up everyday people in familiar settings, and in all seasons, his poems evoke “the intimate connections that we all have to one another, to the other life forms on earth, to ourselves, and to Life itself.”

Introduction


In conjuring up everyday people in familiar settings, and in all seasons, his poems evoke “the intimate connections that we all have to one another, to the other life forms on earth, to ourselves, and to Life itself.”

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According to www.amazon.com. Poems by an Albany favorite; in Anthony's poems we encounter love and the loss of love, and the conjunction of the human spirit with nature, mystery and the mundane.

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