Roaming Charges

Roaming Charges✼ [EPUB] ✴ Roaming Charges By Antony Di Nardo ❆ – Jobs-in-kingston.co.uk A turbulent celebratory flight from an accomplished witness and journeymanAntony Di Nardo’s third collection of poems occupies the air between Canada and Lebanon viewer and painting victim and trigg A turbulent celebratory flight from an accomplished witness and journeymanAntony Di Nardo’s third collection of poems occupies the air between Canada and Lebanon viewer and painting victim and triggerman reader and page Blending a bohemian ebullience with a reporter’s obligation to witness the poems in Roaming Charges are a heady and celebratory bouuet of jet fuel camaraderie and muezzin music They look long and hard at their subjects but also speak of the trails those subjects leave across the skiesI look for contraband from the infinitein the work of others ducks in a treetales of mishapsshipshapes insinceritiesthat gloss the fugitive crickets and their happinessslip ups at the marvels of a spirit worldstill stuck in the land of vapours a soundlike distant thunder from the back of the plane—from “James Tate Poets on a Plane”Praise for Roaming Charges“This latest collection is luminous with the undeniable self in lyrical surrender to the dramas of mankind” —Robin Richardson“This is poetry that aches that matters” —Michael Mirolla. All hail the prescient light of the sunoverwhelming the daze of burgeoningcanna lilies on our back balconiesspears of outward show to maskthe purple bud within Such daysbelong to the uptick of freedomsa brace of petals up in armsa time to state a people's argumentintegument of stalk and stem burst forthon china set for millions at the tableThe multitudes and married look alikesthe alabaster homing pigeons honedto make it back every time they leavethese too are on their mark and set to go The Lilies of an Arab Spring pg 8 We had a moment or twoat a picnic her tresses tangledwith mine and only last nightthe fever of a moon directing trafficthrough both our eyes Coincidence?Perhaps but we'd been lookingin the same direction for sucha long time a painter of the nineteenthcentury was bound to knowwhere we were And whenwe stepped out into the dimminglight of the public gardensplane trees chestnuts and oaksat the gates Orpheus gluedto his lute a perimeter of pansiesin meaningful thoughts she leftfor the coast in a cab and I leanedon the rail of a bridge in a workby the very same artist Don't Look Back pg 34 They stand to wait much longer for eternity Apollo's pawns are muted waiting in the suare where light will never interfere and there is no need to seeSome light some shadow a touch of darkness in the mist but something's wrong No one seems to know or care they stand to wait much longer for eternityThe sky's the colour of fog and filth of smoke and windows the mask of Guy Apollinaire Where light will never interfere there are no eyes to seeSome light's the absence of a storm the windows empty static states where n9othing moves not a word up in the air They stand to wait much longer for eternityErect upon the edge a light directly from some fantasy the bright bulb of invention once was there Where eyes will never interfere they have no need to seenor have the means their faces blank no one there to disagree to break the wooden stand of nothing to see They stand to wait much longer for eternity The Disuieting Muses after Mark Strand and De Chirico pg 51 We all have the power of seeing but do we actually observe what we see Do we take the time to ponder details of items and actions that are around us and consider them? Or do we just pass over them with a uick glance and move on? Antony Di Nardo has a keen sense of observation and his collection of poetry called Roaming Charges brings that skill out for all to seehttptinyurlcomommt5pv

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  • Paperback
  • 96 pages
  • Roaming Charges
  • Antony Di Nardo
  • English
  • 15 July 2014
  • 9781771313483