Book Review: Nemerov’s Door by Robert Wrigley

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Nemerov’s Door is a collection of essays on the process of crafting poetry and also illuminates experiences of the author’s life. I appreciate his ability to connect threads, taking the reader down a path that at first, might seem strange, but then he closes the circle in such a creative meaningful way. Each essay is unique and special in its own way – some are insightful and some are poems. It allows the reader to start anywhere.

I loved the poem” Lifeguard” and also how the author elaborately explains the meaning of the poem to the readers.

The making of anything worthwhile is a function of patience.

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