In Reimagine, Richard Lee Harris's first collection of poetry, he leads others on a personal journey from Alaska to the cafes of Seville while recreating the richness of the world around him. With the hope that others will experience life's most memorable moments through his eyes first and then their own, Harris shares his reflections on the uniqueness of ordinary experiences, the relationship of those moments to his natural world, and the impression these memories left with him. From qArctic Whiteq where qTundra falls into Beaufort Sea, snow dissolves, translucent in ascendant sun, q to qChild of the Desertq where qSpecks of shade in a solar sea cast their patterned light over an infant sleeping in a hammock gently rocked by grandmother sitting docile in her cobbled chair, q Harris couples beautiful imagery with lyrical verse to tell a relatable and emotional story. ..q. Richard Lee Harris invites us to reimagine events that are part of a rich life and introduces us to environments where we can wander, appreciating the elegance of nature along with the clash of cultures ...q -Jim Milstead, PhD (ret.), Poet and Memoirist, University of California-BerkeleyqLlandysul Ceredigion, Wales: Gomer Press, 1998. Kooser, Ted. Flying at Night. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1985. i. 1he Poetry Home Repair Manual: Practical Advice for Beginning Poets. Lincoln, Nebraska:anbsp;...
|Author||:||Richard Lee Harris|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2010-03-29|