In, Breathe Out
by George Karos
photos by George Karos
36 pages (2010)
trade paper, stapled
|About the Book
In his third book of poetry, George Karos continues to trace his lifes journey in verse with characteristic parallels in personal growth and societal transformation. His portrayal of the conflicts in the observations and values of his rural upbringing and his pursuit of the creative arts generated in the pulse of city living, provide a metaphorical interpretation of modernism for the 21st century.
Sign Languages Came from a Town We, Life Pilgrims In Cold Nights Easy Tumult In the Streets of the Nations Capital Inside the Public Library Morning Today After Media Sitting around a Table at Work Waiting for the Return Call Watching Cars Searching for Holy Light Visiting New York City Quiet, really Lived in D.C. then moved to New York City Married to the Job My Angry Observance When Sarah and I would visit the Pigs Getting away from Florida Remembering Conditions as One Drunk on Friendship Sometimes, I choose to forget Oh, that Game Visiting the Old World Remember when You were Creative? Getting Out of the Way Time Points By Half and by Whole Lost in the City When We mattered You, Them, and Others
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