Heaven is Only a Part of Our Body Where All the Sickness Resides

Heaven is Only a Part of Our Body Where All the Sickness Resides

This micro-chapbook is a part of the 2018 Ghost City Press Summer Micro-Chap Series....

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Title:Heaven is Only a Part of Our Body Where All the Sickness Resides
Author:Tanya Singh
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Genres:Poetry
Edition Language:English
Format Type:ebook
Number of Pages:24 pages pages

Heaven is Only a Part of Our Body Where All the Sickness Resides Reviews

  • Amanda
    Jun 08, 2018

    this is part of Ghost City Press's summer microchapbook series, which i highly recommend. i found the poetry fascinating and strong.i liked how the poems were a response to Partition and its effects on the speaker's family. there's an interesting mix of fact and emotion, cerebral and ...

  • Stephanie
    Jun 17, 2018

    this is part of Ghost City Press's summer microchapbook series, which i highly recommend. i found the poetry fascinating and strong.i liked how the poems were a response to Partition and its effects on the speaker's family. there's an interesting mix of fact and emotion, cerebral and ...

    "someone somewhere fell in love & still lived." ...

    i love this chapbook. full of beautiful language, unexpected turns, moments that leave you breathless. this is a chapbook deeply connected to space and place, a chapbook of self and separations, and it spans years, beginning with the partition of british india in 1947. in each section ...

    "anything can be beautiful if you Spill it with less blood" This line will stay with me for a long time. ...

    Remarkable poetry! I've enjoyed reading this chapbook. Hard to put words in a review. I'm going to leave you with two lines from the first poem: "When a dog eats dog, do we mourn the dog who died, or the dog who learnt to kill?" ...

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  • Kendall
    Dec 16, 2018

    this is part of Ghost City Press's summer microchapbook series, which i highly recommend. i found the poetry fascinating and strong.i liked how the poems were a response to Partition and its effects on the speaker's family. there's an interesting mix of fact and emotion, cerebral and ...

    "someone somewhere fell in love & still lived." ...

    i love this chapbook. full of beautiful language, unexpected turns, moments that leave you breathless. this is a chapbook deeply connected to space and place, a chapbook of self and separations, and it spans years, beginning with the partition of british india in 1947. in each section ...

    "anything can be beautiful if you Spill it with less blood" This line will stay with me for a long time. ...

    Remarkable poetry! I've enjoyed reading this chapbook. Hard to put words in a review. I'm going to leave you with two lines from the first poem: "When a dog eats dog, do we mourn the dog who died, or the dog who learnt to kill?" ...

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  • Erin
    Jun 22, 2018

    this is part of Ghost City Press's summer microchapbook series, which i highly recommend. i found the poetry fascinating and strong.i liked how the poems were a response to Partition and its effects on the speaker's family. there's an interesting mix of fact and emotion, cerebral and ...

    "someone somewhere fell in love & still lived." ...

    i love this chapbook. full of beautiful language, unexpected turns, moments that leave you breathless. this is a chapbook deeply connected to space and place, a chapbook of self and separations, and it spans years, beginning with the partition of british india in 1947. in each section ...

    "anything can be beautiful if you Spill it with less blood" This line will stay with me for a long time. ...

    Remarkable poetry! I've enjoyed reading this chapbook. Hard to put words in a review. I'm going to leave you with two lines from the first poem: "When a dog eats dog, do we mourn the dog who died, or the dog who learnt to kill?" ...

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  • Catie
    Oct 03, 2018

    this is part of Ghost City Press's summer microchapbook series, which i highly recommend. i found the poetry fascinating and strong.i liked how the poems were a response to Partition and its effects on the speaker's family. there's an interesting mix of fact and emotion, cerebral and ...

    "someone somewhere fell in love & still lived." ...

    i love this chapbook. full of beautiful language, unexpected turns, moments that leave you breathless. this is a chapbook deeply connected to space and place, a chapbook of self and separations, and it spans years, beginning with the partition of british india in 1947. in each section ...

  • Jessie McMains
    Jun 08, 2018

    this is part of Ghost City Press's summer microchapbook series, which i highly recommend. i found the poetry fascinating and strong.i liked how the poems were a response to Partition and its effects on the speaker's family. there's an interesting mix of fact and emotion, cerebral and ...

    "someone somewhere fell in love & still lived." ...

    i love this chapbook. full of beautiful language, unexpected turns, moments that leave you breathless. this is a chapbook deeply connected to space and place, a chapbook of self and separations, and it spans years, beginning with the partition of british india in 1947. in each section ...

    "anything can be beautiful if you Spill it with less blood" This line will stay with me for a long time. ...

    Remarkable poetry! I've enjoyed reading this chapbook. Hard to put words in a review. I'm going to leave you with two lines from the first poem: "When a dog eats dog, do we mourn the dog who died, or the dog who learnt to kill?" ...

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  • Dianne
    Mar 31, 2019

    this is part of Ghost City Press's summer microchapbook series, which i highly recommend. i found the poetry fascinating and strong.i liked how the poems were a response to Partition and its effects on the speaker's family. there's an interesting mix of fact and emotion, cerebral and ...

    "someone somewhere fell in love & still lived." ...

    i love this chapbook. full of beautiful language, unexpected turns, moments that leave you breathless. this is a chapbook deeply connected to space and place, a chapbook of self and separations, and it spans years, beginning with the partition of british india in 1947. in each section ...

    "anything can be beautiful if you Spill it with less blood" This line will stay with me for a long time. ...

    Remarkable poetry! I've enjoyed reading this chapbook. Hard to put words in a review. I'm going to leave you with two lines from the first poem: "When a dog eats dog, do we mourn the dog who died, or the dog who learnt to kill?" ...

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  • Alexandra
    Aug 03, 2018

    this is part of Ghost City Press's summer microchapbook series, which i highly recommend. i found the poetry fascinating and strong.i liked how the poems were a response to Partition and its effects on the speaker's family. there's an interesting mix of fact and emotion, cerebral and ...

    "someone somewhere fell in love & still lived." ...

    i love this chapbook. full of beautiful language, unexpected turns, moments that leave you breathless. this is a chapbook deeply connected to space and place, a chapbook of self and separations, and it spans years, beginning with the partition of british india in 1947. in each section ...

    "anything can be beautiful if you Spill it with less blood" This line will stay with me for a long time. ...

    Remarkable poetry! I've enjoyed reading this chapbook. Hard to put words in a review. I'm going to leave you with two lines from the first poem: "When a dog eats dog, do we mourn the dog who died, or the dog who learnt to kill?" ...

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  • Jacquelyn
    Jun 07, 2018

    this is part of Ghost City Press's summer microchapbook series, which i highly recommend. i found the poetry fascinating and strong.i liked how the poems were a response to Partition and its effects on the speaker's family. there's an interesting mix of fact and emotion, cerebral and ...

    "someone somewhere fell in love & still lived." ...

    i love this chapbook. full of beautiful language, unexpected turns, moments that leave you breathless. this is a chapbook deeply connected to space and place, a chapbook of self and separations, and it spans years, beginning with the partition of british india in 1947. in each section ...

    "anything can be beautiful if you Spill it with less blood" This line will stay with me for a long time. ...

    Remarkable poetry! I've enjoyed reading this chapbook. Hard to put words in a review. I'm going to leave you with two lines from the first poem: "When a dog eats dog, do we mourn the dog who died, or the dog who learnt to kill?" ...

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  • Pedro
    Dec 14, 2018

    this is part of Ghost City Press's summer microchapbook series, which i highly recommend. i found the poetry fascinating and strong.i liked how the poems were a response to Partition and its effects on the speaker's family. there's an interesting mix of fact and emotion, cerebral and ...

    "someone somewhere fell in love & still lived." ...

    i love this chapbook. full of beautiful language, unexpected turns, moments that leave you breathless. this is a chapbook deeply connected to space and place, a chapbook of self and separations, and it spans years, beginning with the partition of british india in 1947. in each section ...

    "anything can be beautiful if you Spill it with less blood" This line will stay with me for a long time. ...

    Remarkable poetry! I've enjoyed reading this chapbook. Hard to put words in a review. I'm going to leave you with two lines from the first poem: "When a dog eats dog, do we mourn the dog who died, or the dog who learnt to kill?" ...

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  • Haily Stager
    Jun 15, 2018

    this is part of Ghost City Press's summer microchapbook series, which i highly recommend. i found the poetry fascinating and strong.i liked how the poems were a response to Partition and its effects on the speaker's family. there's an interesting mix of fact and emotion, cerebral and ...

    "someone somewhere fell in love & still lived." ...

    i love this chapbook. full of beautiful language, unexpected turns, moments that leave you breathless. this is a chapbook deeply connected to space and place, a chapbook of self and separations, and it spans years, beginning with the partition of british india in 1947. in each section ...

    "anything can be beautiful if you Spill it with less blood" This line will stay with me for a long time. ...

    Remarkable poetry! I've enjoyed reading this chapbook. Hard to put words in a review. I'm going to leave you with two lines from the first poem: "When a dog eats dog, do we mourn the dog who died, or the dog who learnt to kill?" ...

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  • Topaz Winters
    Jul 13, 2018

    this is part of Ghost City Press's summer microchapbook series, which i highly recommend. i found the poetry fascinating and strong.i liked how the poems were a response to Partition and its effects on the speaker's family. there's an interesting mix of fact and emotion, cerebral and ...

    "someone somewhere fell in love & still lived." ...

  • Kevin Bertolero
    Jun 07, 2018

    this is part of Ghost City Press's summer microchapbook series, which i highly recommend. i found the poetry fascinating and strong.i liked how the poems were a response to Partition and its effects on the speaker's family. there's an interesting mix of fact and emotion, cerebral and ...

    "someone somewhere fell in love & still lived." ...

    i love this chapbook. full of beautiful language, unexpected turns, moments that leave you breathless. this is a chapbook deeply connected to space and place, a chapbook of self and separations, and it spans years, beginning with the partition of british india in 1947. in each section ...

    "anything can be beautiful if you Spill it with less blood" This line will stay with me for a long time. ...

    Remarkable poetry! I've enjoyed reading this chapbook. Hard to put words in a review. I'm going to leave you with two lines from the first poem: "When a dog eats dog, do we mourn the dog who died, or the dog who learnt to kill?" ...

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  • Dhiyanah
    Jun 07, 2018

    this is part of Ghost City Press's summer microchapbook series, which i highly recommend. i found the poetry fascinating and strong.i liked how the poems were a response to Partition and its effects on the speaker's family. there's an interesting mix of fact and emotion, cerebral and ...

    "someone somewhere fell in love & still lived." ...

    i love this chapbook. full of beautiful language, unexpected turns, moments that leave you breathless. this is a chapbook deeply connected to space and place, a chapbook of self and separations, and it spans years, beginning with the partition of british india in 1947. in each section ...

    "anything can be beautiful if you Spill it with less blood" This line will stay with me for a long time. ...

    Remarkable poetry! I've enjoyed reading this chapbook. Hard to put words in a review. I'm going to leave you with two lines from the first poem: "When a dog eats dog, do we mourn the dog who died, or the dog who learnt to kill?" ...

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  • Kelley Cantrell
    Jun 11, 2018

    this is part of Ghost City Press's summer microchapbook series, which i highly recommend. i found the poetry fascinating and strong.i liked how the poems were a response to Partition and its effects on the speaker's family. there's an interesting mix of fact and emotion, cerebral and ...

    "someone somewhere fell in love & still lived." ...

    i love this chapbook. full of beautiful language, unexpected turns, moments that leave you breathless. this is a chapbook deeply connected to space and place, a chapbook of self and separations, and it spans years, beginning with the partition of british india in 1947. in each section ...

    "anything can be beautiful if you Spill it with less blood" This line will stay with me for a long time. ...

  • Ryon
    Jun 06, 2018

    this is part of Ghost City Press's summer microchapbook series, which i highly recommend. i found the poetry fascinating and strong.i liked how the poems were a response to Partition and its effects on the speaker's family. there's an interesting mix of fact and emotion, cerebral and ...

    "someone somewhere fell in love & still lived." ...

    i love this chapbook. full of beautiful language, unexpected turns, moments that leave you breathless. this is a chapbook deeply connected to space and place, a chapbook of self and separations, and it spans years, beginning with the partition of british india in 1947. in each section ...

    "anything can be beautiful if you Spill it with less blood" This line will stay with me for a long time. ...

    Remarkable poetry! I've enjoyed reading this chapbook. Hard to put words in a review. I'm going to leave you with two lines from the first poem: "When a dog eats dog, do we mourn the dog who died, or the dog who learnt to kill?" ...

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  • Philip Elliott
    Aug 24, 2018

    this is part of Ghost City Press's summer microchapbook series, which i highly recommend. i found the poetry fascinating and strong.i liked how the poems were a response to Partition and its effects on the speaker's family. there's an interesting mix of fact and emotion, cerebral and ...

    "someone somewhere fell in love & still lived." ...

    i love this chapbook. full of beautiful language, unexpected turns, moments that leave you breathless. this is a chapbook deeply connected to space and place, a chapbook of self and separations, and it spans years, beginning with the partition of british india in 1947. in each section ...

    "anything can be beautiful if you Spill it with less blood" This line will stay with me for a long time. ...

    Remarkable poetry! I've enjoyed reading this chapbook. Hard to put words in a review. I'm going to leave you with two lines from the first poem: "When a dog eats dog, do we mourn the dog who died, or the dog who learnt to kill?" ...

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  • Vincent
    Dec 29, 2018

    this is part of Ghost City Press's summer microchapbook series, which i highly recommend. i found the poetry fascinating and strong.i liked how the poems were a response to Partition and its effects on the speaker's family. there's an interesting mix of fact and emotion, cerebral and ...

    "someone somewhere fell in love & still lived." ...

    i love this chapbook. full of beautiful language, unexpected turns, moments that leave you breathless. this is a chapbook deeply connected to space and place, a chapbook of self and separations, and it spans years, beginning with the partition of british india in 1947. in each section ...

    "anything can be beautiful if you Spill it with less blood" This line will stay with me for a long time. ...

    Remarkable poetry! I've enjoyed reading this chapbook. Hard to put words in a review. I'm going to leave you with two lines from the first poem: "When a dog eats dog, do we mourn the dog who died, or the dog who learnt to kill?" ...

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  • Gervanna Stephens
    Jul 09, 2018

    this is part of Ghost City Press's summer microchapbook series, which i highly recommend. i found the poetry fascinating and strong.i liked how the poems were a response to Partition and its effects on the speaker's family. there's an interesting mix of fact and emotion, cerebral and ...

    "someone somewhere fell in love & still lived." ...

    i love this chapbook. full of beautiful language, unexpected turns, moments that leave you breathless. this is a chapbook deeply connected to space and place, a chapbook of self and separations, and it spans years, beginning with the partition of british india in 1947. in each section ...

    "anything can be beautiful if you Spill it with less blood" This line will stay with me for a long time. ...

    Remarkable poetry! I've enjoyed reading this chapbook. Hard to put words in a review. I'm going to leave you with two lines from the first poem: "When a dog eats dog, do we mourn the dog who died, or the dog who learnt to kill?" ...

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  • Chelsea
    Jan 26, 2019

    this is part of Ghost City Press's summer microchapbook series, which i highly recommend. i found the poetry fascinating and strong.i liked how the poems were a response to Partition and its effects on the speaker's family. there's an interesting mix of fact and emotion, cerebral and ...

    "someone somewhere fell in love & still lived." ...

    i love this chapbook. full of beautiful language, unexpected turns, moments that leave you breathless. this is a chapbook deeply connected to space and place, a chapbook of self and separations, and it spans years, beginning with the partition of british india in 1947. in each section ...

    "anything can be beautiful if you Spill it with less blood" This line will stay with me for a long time. ...

    Remarkable poetry! I've enjoyed reading this chapbook. Hard to put words in a review. I'm going to leave you with two lines from the first poem: "When a dog eats dog, do we mourn the dog who died, or the dog who learnt to kill?" ...

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  • Jeremy Mifsud
    Dec 24, 2018

    this is part of Ghost City Press's summer microchapbook series, which i highly recommend. i found the poetry fascinating and strong.i liked how the poems were a response to Partition and its effects on the speaker's family. there's an interesting mix of fact and emotion, cerebral and ...

    "someone somewhere fell in love & still lived." ...

    i love this chapbook. full of beautiful language, unexpected turns, moments that leave you breathless. this is a chapbook deeply connected to space and place, a chapbook of self and separations, and it spans years, beginning with the partition of british india in 1947. in each section ...

    "anything can be beautiful if you Spill it with less blood" This line will stay with me for a long time. ...

    Remarkable poetry! I've enjoyed reading this chapbook. Hard to put words in a review. I'm going to leave you with two lines from the first poem: "When a dog eats dog, do we mourn the dog who died, or the dog who learnt to kill?" ...

  • Riya
    Jun 18, 2018

    this is part of Ghost City Press's summer microchapbook series, which i highly recommend. i found the poetry fascinating and strong.i liked how the poems were a response to Partition and its effects on the speaker's family. there's an interesting mix of fact and emotion, cerebral and ...

    "someone somewhere fell in love & still lived." ...

    i love this chapbook. full of beautiful language, unexpected turns, moments that leave you breathless. this is a chapbook deeply connected to space and place, a chapbook of self and separations, and it spans years, beginning with the partition of british india in 1947. in each section ...

    "anything can be beautiful if you Spill it with less blood" This line will stay with me for a long time. ...

    Remarkable poetry! I've enjoyed reading this chapbook. Hard to put words in a review. I'm going to leave you with two lines from the first poem: "When a dog eats dog, do we mourn the dog who died, or the dog who learnt to kill?" ...

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  • Robin Sinclair
    Aug 01, 2018

    this is part of Ghost City Press's summer microchapbook series, which i highly recommend. i found the poetry fascinating and strong.i liked how the poems were a response to Partition and its effects on the speaker's family. there's an interesting mix of fact and emotion, cerebral and ...

    "someone somewhere fell in love & still lived." ...

    i love this chapbook. full of beautiful language, unexpected turns, moments that leave you breathless. this is a chapbook deeply connected to space and place, a chapbook of self and separations, and it spans years, beginning with the partition of british india in 1947. in each section ...

    "anything can be beautiful if you Spill it with less blood" This line will stay with me for a long time. ...

    Remarkable poetry! I've enjoyed reading this chapbook. Hard to put words in a review. I'm going to leave you with two lines from the first poem: "When a dog eats dog, do we mourn the dog who died, or the dog who learnt to kill?" ...

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  • Tanya Singh
    Nov 29, 2018

    this is part of Ghost City Press's summer microchapbook series, which i highly recommend. i found the poetry fascinating and strong.i liked how the poems were a response to Partition and its effects on the speaker's family. there's an interesting mix of fact and emotion, cerebral and ...

    "someone somewhere fell in love & still lived." ...

    i love this chapbook. full of beautiful language, unexpected turns, moments that leave you breathless. this is a chapbook deeply connected to space and place, a chapbook of self and separations, and it spans years, beginning with the partition of british india in 1947. in each section ...

    "anything can be beautiful if you Spill it with less blood" This line will stay with me for a long time. ...

    Remarkable poetry! I've enjoyed reading this chapbook. Hard to put words in a review. I'm going to leave you with two lines from the first poem: "When a dog eats dog, do we mourn the dog who died, or the dog who learnt to kill?" ...

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  • Maira
    Jun 08, 2018

    this is part of Ghost City Press's summer microchapbook series, which i highly recommend. i found the poetry fascinating and strong.i liked how the poems were a response to Partition and its effects on the speaker's family. there's an interesting mix of fact and emotion, cerebral and ...

    "someone somewhere fell in love & still lived." ...

    i love this chapbook. full of beautiful language, unexpected turns, moments that leave you breathless. this is a chapbook deeply connected to space and place, a chapbook of self and separations, and it spans years, beginning with the partition of british india in 1947. in each section ...

    "anything can be beautiful if you Spill it with less blood" This line will stay with me for a long time. ...

    Remarkable poetry! I've enjoyed reading this chapbook. Hard to put words in a review. I'm going to leave you with two lines from the first poem: "When a dog eats dog, do we mourn the dog who died, or the dog who learnt to kill?" ...

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  • Mutiarasari Grealdine
    Jul 10, 2018

    this is part of Ghost City Press's summer microchapbook series, which i highly recommend. i found the poetry fascinating and strong.i liked how the poems were a response to Partition and its effects on the speaker's family. there's an interesting mix of fact and emotion, cerebral and ...

    "someone somewhere fell in love & still lived." ...

    i love this chapbook. full of beautiful language, unexpected turns, moments that leave you breathless. this is a chapbook deeply connected to space and place, a chapbook of self and separations, and it spans years, beginning with the partition of british india in 1947. in each section ...

    "anything can be beautiful if you Spill it with less blood" This line will stay with me for a long time. ...

    Remarkable poetry! I've enjoyed reading this chapbook. Hard to put words in a review. I'm going to leave you with two lines from the first poem: "When a dog eats dog, do we mourn the dog who died, or the dog who learnt to kill?" ...

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  • Kamaljit Kaur
    Jul 14, 2018

    this is part of Ghost City Press's summer microchapbook series, which i highly recommend. i found the poetry fascinating and strong.i liked how the poems were a response to Partition and its effects on the speaker's family. there's an interesting mix of fact and emotion, cerebral and ...

    "someone somewhere fell in love & still lived." ...

    i love this chapbook. full of beautiful language, unexpected turns, moments that leave you breathless. this is a chapbook deeply connected to space and place, a chapbook of self and separations, and it spans years, beginning with the partition of british india in 1947. in each section ...

    "anything can be beautiful if you Spill it with less blood" This line will stay with me for a long time. ...

    Remarkable poetry! I've enjoyed reading this chapbook. Hard to put words in a review. I'm going to leave you with two lines from the first poem: "When a dog eats dog, do we mourn the dog who died, or the dog who learnt to kill?" ...

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  • Tulika
    Oct 01, 2018

    this is part of Ghost City Press's summer microchapbook series, which i highly recommend. i found the poetry fascinating and strong.i liked how the poems were a response to Partition and its effects on the speaker's family. there's an interesting mix of fact and emotion, cerebral and ...

    "someone somewhere fell in love & still lived." ...

    i love this chapbook. full of beautiful language, unexpected turns, moments that leave you breathless. this is a chapbook deeply connected to space and place, a chapbook of self and separations, and it spans years, beginning with the partition of british india in 1947. in each section ...

    "anything can be beautiful if you Spill it with less blood" This line will stay with me for a long time. ...

    Remarkable poetry! I've enjoyed reading this chapbook. Hard to put words in a review. I'm going to leave you with two lines from the first poem: "When a dog eats dog, do we mourn the dog who died, or the dog who learnt to kill?" ...

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  • Erin Moran
    Jan 20, 2019

    this is part of Ghost City Press's summer microchapbook series, which i highly recommend. i found the poetry fascinating and strong.i liked how the poems were a response to Partition and its effects on the speaker's family. there's an interesting mix of fact and emotion, cerebral and ...

    "someone somewhere fell in love & still lived." ...

    i love this chapbook. full of beautiful language, unexpected turns, moments that leave you breathless. this is a chapbook deeply connected to space and place, a chapbook of self and separations, and it spans years, beginning with the partition of british india in 1947. in each section ...

    "anything can be beautiful if you Spill it with less blood" This line will stay with me for a long time. ...

    Remarkable poetry! I've enjoyed reading this chapbook. Hard to put words in a review. I'm going to leave you with two lines from the first poem: "When a dog eats dog, do we mourn the dog who died, or the dog who learnt to kill?" ...

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  • Aryaman Jain
    Apr 02, 2019

    this is part of Ghost City Press's summer microchapbook series, which i highly recommend. i found the poetry fascinating and strong.i liked how the poems were a response to Partition and its effects on the speaker's family. there's an interesting mix of fact and emotion, cerebral and ...

    "someone somewhere fell in love & still lived." ...

    i love this chapbook. full of beautiful language, unexpected turns, moments that leave you breathless. this is a chapbook deeply connected to space and place, a chapbook of self and separations, and it spans years, beginning with the partition of british india in 1947. in each section ...

    "anything can be beautiful if you Spill it with less blood" This line will stay with me for a long time. ...

    Remarkable poetry! I've enjoyed reading this chapbook. Hard to put words in a review. I'm going to leave you with two lines from the first poem: "When a dog eats dog, do we mourn the dog who died, or the dog who learnt to kill?" ...

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