Unicorn and Other Poems
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"In an age when poets tend to put too much strain on the cobweb connections between writer and reader, Mrs. Lindbergh's poems are a joy for their clarity and restraint and for the feeling which so swiftly flows from the word to the listener." -- Edward Weeks, Atlantic Monthly
"The reader will be well rewarded who joins the poet in this garden by the mortal sea whence, from time to time, rifts in the clouds shows flashes from immortality." -- Robert Hillyer, The New York Times --This text refers to an alternate Hardcover edition.
Top Customer Reviews
When my spirit is troubled, I do not need to muddle around in some author's clever obscurities. I need A.M.L. who has "been there" to talk with me in her honest, beautifully fluid way.
If I could "do lunch" with any woman in history, it would be Anne Morrow Lindbergh. She would be herself and I could be me. But "two citadels stand fast."
soul as I look for the answers for the death
my mother recently and the nature of our rela-
tionship. Things were not good between us
and now the feelings I have are like the
Stone she describes, in words that touch me
that I could not discover for myself.