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  • Paperback
  • 80 pages
  • The Always Broken Plates of Mountains
  • Rose McLarney
  • English
  • 24 May 2014
  • 9781935536192

4 thoughts on “The Always Broken Plates of Mountains

  1. Anna Anna says:

    I loved this book of poems about devotion to place peopleHere's a short poem from itThree WishesTo have two long legged dogsnamed Thither and Yonloyal to me A manwho hears when I say Let me aloneand lifts me over fences and creeksanyway And an understandingof the moss that lines paths through the woods if itinvites me onward orto lay down where I already am


  2. Samuel Crawford Samuel Crawford says:

    Graduated High School with Rose I know her writing will be great


  3. Rachel Rachel says:

    It's been a shamefully long time since I've read an entire collection of poems and am I ever glad that this broke the streak I needed these poems They are muscular and unexpected and really really good


  4. MountainShelby MountainShelby says:

    This slender book contains achingly beautiful poems so raw so genuine I wish poets of this caliber were better celebrated I don't know how I found this book on a slender thread indeed and I had to go through interlibrary loan to get a copy I like to go through the library before buying Glad I did


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The Always Broken Plates of Mountains❮Read❯ ➱ The Always Broken Plates of Mountains ➵ Author Rose McLarney – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Set in the Appalachian landscape Rose McLarney’s debut collection The Always Broken Plates of Mountains gives voice to a chorus of speakers who are at once plainspoken reverent and musical “There Broken Plates PDF/EPUB å Set in the Appalachian landscape Rose McLarney’s debut collection The Always Broken Plates of Mountains gives voice to a chorus of speakers who are at once plainspoken reverent and musical “There is a tenderness that persists” as McLarney explores mountain land and those who live and love and lose on it and what it means to be faithful—to oneself to one’s heritage and to one another.