Preview - Poetry Book

Incarnate

by Juleta Severson-Baker

Published by Frontenac House.

Incarnate is Juleta Severson-Baker's first full book
of poetry. It is an exploration of how desire and
memory can be made substantial through image
and form.The book was short-listed for both the
Gerald Lampert and W.O Mitchell awards.

Available for purchase at:
http://frontenachouse.com/book/incarnate/
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Leaving

Mid-step, a woman walking slowly home
remembers the play of wind through feathers,
and surprising both the neighbours and herself,

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The Sun Is Yet For This Sky

Nighthawk swoops low from the laneway
where I am paused, deliberating, weighing
out the nows and thens of midlife.

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Marginal

Birds keep singing and singing in the wet woods
that ring the city. Instinct mutters - shouldn't,
by middle-summer, trees rustle only in wind?

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