The Pair of Scissors that Could Cut Anything

[PDF / Epub] ★ The Pair of Scissors that Could Cut Anything  By Luke Samuel Yates –
  • Paperback
  • 36 pages
  • The Pair of Scissors that Could Cut Anything
  • Luke Samuel Yates
  • English
  • 05 July 2019

About the Author: Luke Samuel Yates

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The Pair of Scissors that Could Cut Anything I M Always Listening Out For A New Poet Who Can Take The Deceptively Effortless, Witty Yet Ultimately Serious Chops Of The New York School, Make It Work For This Generation And Bring The Whole Thing In To Land Just Outside A British City, Losing Nothing In Transit And God It S Been Worth The Wait This Is A Poetry Of Exquisite Timing, With Some Of The Most Satisfying Last Lines I Ve Ever Read Yates Can Take An Everyday Domestic Detail And Make It Sparkle With The Mystery Of A Raedecker Painting Luke Kennard

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7 thoughts on “The Pair of Scissors that Could Cut Anything

  1. Jen Campbell says:

    Firstly, I love the title And the title poem, come to that A quirky one about a pair of scissors that can cut through any material The owners try and keep them safe, but the scissors cut their way out of their box and disappear into the city It s a collection about small observations, and political observations, and the world revolving slowly around the narrator new women come and go, and there are similar arguments The collection has a quiet beauty and I like that Each word is placed with precision A few favourite lines I look at the despicably beautiful curve between your lips, your lovelytongue bobbling in the pool of your hot mouth, my hand clutching your hip bone like you re a cup of tea Amber brought him the hot chocolate They satlooking out of the window He looked at her reflection in the window, saying I don t know, I thinkperhaps maybe it s the wrong time Her face turned to look at him Through the glass girlwith legs and a skirt went down the steps, holding her hands out to the sideas though wading into the sea.