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By Leslie C. Chang, Cornelius Eady

Issues That not satisfaction Me is a set of poems approximately kin and reminiscence. This publication is full of items. the writer writes:I like gadgets for company,to beautify the plainest areas, decorumandI amass information, jade bracelet, her animal-printdresses, an oval coral cameo.How do gadgets counter loneliness, she asks, and phone us of ways to behave?In issues That not satisfaction Me, lyric is pushed through a compulsion or have to acquire, on the way to make experience of the prior and remain attached to it.And what if that connection have been to be misplaced? Confronting loss, the e-book items jointly a kin background from tales fragmented and overheard. It asks: what's rumour and what's historical past? It seeks to embrace tale, or historic element, in lyric shape. Resisting nostalgia, its poems appreciate what's reduced through grief or loss but demonstrate information that carry sway over us and provides us carrying on with pleasure.

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