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Damn....after reading each poem, I let the book fall to my breast. Feeling myself come too alive, I had to look up at the muted T.V. to dull myself back down, near the flatlines where I keep myself dead. These poems tempted me to live again and feel all the consequences.My favorite poems from this body of work: "Clinch Avenue, Knoxville, April 1994" and Newton and the Screw."From Clinch Avenue, Knoxville, April 1994:"Legends of Mexican Lesbian Junkies and real minorities,the ecstasy of small concentric circles in betweenthe legs of women,and the practice of schoolgirls with thick-trunked pencils,your stories snake along the veins,climb the twisted nameless night-blooming vine."
Don't let the cover and title scare you unless you want it to. But Denison fills this chap with truths and worthy writing. The first few poems take a sort of scientific viewpoint of what is more than science. stirred toward proliferationaccidentially bridging the chasmgrazing the dead twin's crimson thighawash in biology, born too soon,molded into slight variations.into nothing inherently his (from "Blaming the Patriarchy")Recovering is a culmination of southern culture, religion, geography, of accident, destiny, tragedy.
This lovely book by its lovely author and with a lovely cover is very dear to me for lots of reasons, including that it helped me recover from menningitis (I swear), AND I got to read it when it was still a lowly manuscript... brag, brag... AND I got to write a blurb for it... brag, brag...
How many times have we heard the saying, "You shouldn't judge a book by its cover"? Well, with Nicole Cartwright Denison's chapbook Recovering the Body (Dancing Girl Press), I did. I'm afraid that I orginally picked up this collection because of the haunting cover of a girl's body in the open door of a trailer. However, I was not disappointed with the poems found inside. Poet Sara Kearns says this of Denison's work at the opening of the book: "Recovering the Body mines the rocky landscape on which intimate relationships, gender identity and sexual politics meet." The poems that were my favorites were the works that depict violence. Using surreal images, the poet describes the terse silence that comes afterwards and doesn't so much focus on the violent act itself. For instance, in the poem "Recovering the Body" the poet catalogs a scene of the crime: "we found her along the edge of town/skirting the sands/five miles from anywhere/a pale candle melting in the noon sun." Like so many chapbooks I read, Denison's Recovering the Body left me wanting more and hoping for a first full length collection soon.
I am currently reading this book (Nicole is probably saying,"It's about time!"). I want to say how proud I am of Nicole that she followed her dream to be published...more to come!
I enjoyed Denison's Recovering the Body. The poems had a lot of detail and had a range of subjects, although a lot of them had a darkness to them (no surprise with a title like that).The poems were broken into lines of differing, usually regular stanzas but there were a couple other types thrown in, including a poem in the shape of a saddle.Her titles were interesting.My favorites from the book (can't find many because a lot of these have been published by Sundress Publications. They have been hacked and are still organizing their archives):It Is EnoughRecovering the BodyHorseback GirlsZip Me Down
Noir, no ire.