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EACH DAY

by Miller, Michael

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Paperback
ISBN 13
9780938566274
ISBN 10
093856627X
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Easthampton, Massachusetts: Adastra Press, 2005. Paperback. Near Fine. FIRST EDITION. LIMITED TO 200. One tiny nick to front bottom cover. Black lettering on spine and front of recycled, hand-sewn papers to sunflower-yellow cover. Clean, bright, solidly bound. Fourteen poems, unpaginated. A sequence of poems which centers on a 90-year old man, who was a neighbor. Written as the author imagined this man's life. "I hope "Each Day" captures the character of an old man, his feelings and thoughts that are personal as well as universal," (the author).
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