Wolsak and Wynn, 1993
from “White City”
Twilight slows the blood, stirs the veil of the distant worlds, withdraws the colors
In this white city menaced and sustained by green.
from the publisher
A. F. Moritz’s seventh book is a new departure by this poet noted for the probing of nature, self, word and symbol. It arranges in a structured whole many of Moritz’s recent urban and social poems. Its language is empathetic and direct while retaining the poet’s characteristic cultural depth and power of style.
While this title is out of print, the poet has a select number of copies available. Please email roseanne (dot) carrara (at) gmail (dot) com for more information about this title or to arrange a purchase.