Brigit Pegeen Kelly


Comments about Brigit Pegeen Kelly

  • Lori Boulard (11/14/2007 4:42:00 PM)

    Brigit Pegeen Kelly's work is always accompanied by the disclaimer, 'more suitable for advanced readers, ' which is a shame. Any poet interested in seeing just how deep the water gets should jump right in and swim around. Yes, the language and diction is often formal and academic, but hey, if we have anything to learn, why not learn from the best?

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  • Lamont Palmer (2/20/2006 8:27:00 PM)

    Ms Kelly is one of the most beautiful poets writing in this new century. She was shortlistded for the Pulitzer in 2005, losing to Ted Kooser, a far lesser poet in my opinion, but she'll get her prize within the next 10 years for sure.

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I saw once, in a rose garden, a remarkable statue of the Roman she-wolf and her twins, a reproduction of an ancient statue— not the famous bronze statue, so often copied, in which the blunt head swings forward toward the viewer like a sad battering ram, but an even older statue, of provenance less clear. The wolf had been cut out of black stone, ma

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