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Deft Grace June 26 2000
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Lightness and grace permeate the words in this book. Throughout, the reader can sense a warm heart and compassionate eye. A joy to read for observations on family, on history, on nostalgia, on desire...the poems create a beautiful presence and experience for the attentive reader. I thank the poet for her words.
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Grace, Lightness and Movement, too July 6 2000
By Victor Velasco - Published on
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Octavio Paz said once that to read a poem is to let "words enter through our ears, appear before our eyes, disappear in contemplation." This is what Marissa de los Santos offered us. And in its various incarnations. In her poems, the writer also allows the words to enter our eyes, appear in contemplation and to never disappear from within.
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from the bones out Sept. 24 2000
By Julianna Baggott - Published on
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These are rare, beautiful poems. Her images breathtaking. I love this book.
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Meaningful elegance. June 7 2000
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What a lovely, beautifully written book. . . a real joy.
great author Feb. 19 2013
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I enjoyed her first two books and wanted to read her poetry. I like supporting fellow Hispanic women. I like poetry.