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Free download ´ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB é Sophie Cabot Black S and eventual loss these poems confront in stark emotion the aftermath even as the outside world the world of debts paid and collected of power and dominion intrudes What is gained and what is sacrificed and how can those profits and losses be measured when the currency involved is love. My first foray into poetry did not disappoint In The Exchange Ms Black blends together powerful and depressing themes so deftly that I experienced a time delay from when I put down the book to when I noticed that my soul was crushed by her sparse prose Caveat emptor Death the meaningless pursuit of profits and loss are all recurring themes in this brutally honest examination of the human condition so if you have the emotional reserve to get through it it's highly recommended

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Free read The Exchange 107 È “Black’s voice is startling jagged and implacable and her poetry is steep precipitous and dazzling” — Los Angeles Times Book ReviewI took care of myself I took careOf myself thinking much too often I took care of someone elseEverything feels like payment                        —from “Pay Attention “Black’s voice is startling jagged and implacable and her poetry is steep precipitous and dazzling”  Los Angeles Times Book ReviewI took care of myself I took careOf myself thinking much too often I took care of someone elseEverything feels like payment             . A depth that is so easy to fall into the refracted beauty of the world that we often overlook

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The Exchange           from “Pay Attention”In The Exchange Sophie Cabot Black explores the surprising interplay between mortality and money between the next world and this one between the language of disease and the language of finance Following a beloved friend through a long illnes. The Descent is a better overall collection in my opinion but this book certainly contains some blisteringly spare and raw work Chemotherapy was one of my favoritesChemotherapyby Sophie Cabot BlackMy friend is going through the fire on his kneesHis hands crossing the entire field of it;Once in a while he calls out bewilderedThe other side unclear wanting to justLie down and wait among the scattered stonesUnimaginable heat he pants lost in the lightOf what keeps happening think water think waterAnd he manages to make out one nurseUp against the bright and it takes everythingTo tell her what he needs as if he had come uponThe one tree still standing and understoodShe promises nothing who in her uniformWas all that was ever asked for and whoCould hold him as he has never been held