By Rebecca Perry
?Poetry booklet Society suggestion. the area of Beauty/Beauty is built from the nose/out, like a painting', gathering its numerous emotions, rules, items, disappointments and joys to the purpose of just about overflowing. Preoccupied with loss of life and loss, in addition to reimagination and regeneration, Rebecca Perry's debut assortment has the duality and symmetry of its name at its center. Beauty/Beauty is a book with tenderness working via its veins, exploring salvation, reparation and the fullness of being alive; the trouble of defining what love is, the heartbreak, the far off friends. Read more...
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Copyright Copyright © Rebecca Perry 2015 First published 2015 by Bloodaxe Books Ltd, Eastburn, South Park, Hexham, Northumberland NE46 1BS. This ebook edition first published in 2015. com For further information about Bloodaxe titles please visit our website or write to the above address for a catalogue. Cover design: Neil Astley & Pamela Robertson-Pearce. The right of Rebecca Perry to be identified as author of this work has been asserted in accordance with Section 77 of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988.
X: This is a necessity. God will reward you for it. J: Within reason, a wilting flower is revived with water. X: The possibilities of the Lord are not bound by reason – you know this. J: (pause) My clothes? X: Your gown first. J: Here. X: Your headdress. J: Here. X: You’ve been told many times, I’m sure, how your hair resembles fire. J: People have said, the fires of Hell. X: Your collar. J: Here. X: And so… J: Despatch me quickly. X: May the Lord flow through the blood and muscle in my arms. J: And the blade of your axe.
I wore nothing under my sundress on the drive back and the air flowed around underneath it (my mischievous friend). That early evening, we looked down through the glass bottom of a small boat, drinking cold bottled beer. The shock of the morning was a goosebumpy memory, the sleepy water below us was a lie and the unbelievable silver of the fish didn’t belong to our world, as they streamed and streamed past, a sudden influx of robots. Hungry I have so often felt bad for the sea. The so relentlessly destined sea, the inexorable sea, the unable to say Kiss me here and here or Please, I just want to sleep sea.