Mary Oliver: Felicity



Lliantly appropriate wouldn t you say Reading this first poem titled Don t Worry on the very first day of a new year Makes you think about the urgency of the resolutions whispered before midnightMary Oliver s voice feels familiar as if you have been listening to it since the moment you took your very first breath Inner peace in the middle of the turmoil that is life that s how I would describe her voice There s a wiseness to it Not self proclaimed though There s respect to each herhis own pace She sees with her heart her hopes and fears and she then lays these portraits gently on the page with the help of wordsOnly if there are angels in your head will you ever possibly see oneIf I were you I would buy this book and read a poem a day I believe it might be one of the ingredients of the recipe to happiness And if you don t find it in her voice do not give up One will come that will. Can immerse ourselves in Oliver’s love poems Here great happiness abounds  Our most delicate chronicler of physical landscape Oliver has described her work as loving the world With Felicity she examines what it means to love another person She opens our eyes.

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Resonate with youAnd ust like that like a simple neighborhood event a miracle is taking placeI honestly believe Felicity is the reassuring hand as you take a leap of faith as you dive in head first into the immense universe that is life Even through the darkest moments it will guide youEvery day has something in it whose name is Forever This isn t where I would start with Mary Oliver and it pains me to give this collection only 3 stars But they are a bit thin on connection and insight compared to her normal worksHere is my favoriteMomentsThere are moments that cry out to be fulfilledLike telling someone you love themOr giving your money away all of itYour heart is beating isn t itYou re not in chains are youThere is nothing pathetic than cautionwhen headlong might save a lifeeven possibly your own Oh reach into the night sky and hand me 5 starsso I can give you a 10 star review. Again to the territory within our own hearts; to the wild and to the uiet In these poems she describes with oy the strangeness and wonder of human connection  As in Blue Horses Dog Songs and A Thousand Mornings with Felicity Oliver honors love life and beauty?.

Always perfect when I want to read slowly Dont WorryThings take the time they take Don tworryHow many roads did StAugustine followbefore he became St Augustine It seems you love this world very much Yes I said This beautiful world And you don t mind the mind that keeps youbusy all the time with its dark and bright wonderings No I m uite used to it Busy busyall the time And you don t mind living with those uestionsI mean the hard ones that no one can answer Actually they re the most interesting And you have a person in your life whose handyou like to hold Yes I do It must surely then be very happy down therein your heart Yes I said It is Beautiful touching Things take the time they take Don tworryHow many roads did St Augustine followbefore he became St AugustineThat is how Mary Oliver starts The Journey the first part of her latest book that goes by the name of Felicity How bri. Mary Oliver winner of the Pulitzer Prize celebrates love in her new collection of poems  “If I have any secret stash of poems anywhere it might be about love not anger” Mary Oliver once said in an interview Finally in her stunning new collection Felicity we.

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See this thread for information“In a region that has produced most of the nation's poet laureates it is risky to single out one fragile 71 year old bard of Provincetown But Mary Oliver who won the Pulitzer Prize in poetry in 1983 is my choice for her joyous accessible intimate observations of the natural world Her Wild Geese has become so popular it now graces posters in dorm rooms across the land But don't hold that against her Read almost anything in New and Selected Poems She teaches us the profound act of paying attention—a living wonder that makes it possible to appreciate all the others” —Renée Loth Boston Globe September 2 2007