In this collection, Tarlton investigates 18th Century philosopher/statesman, Edmund Burke’s meditation on dualities: either/ors such as dark and light, happiness and sorrow, virtue and vice. Tarlton artfully balances structural elements throughout, reflecting and expanding on Burke’s own words with prose poems that move gracefully into more traditional line-break poetry. He explores the paradox of apparent contradictions to understand “the whole ironic nature of the world.” These are poems that consider what it means to be human and thoughtful and present in life. ~ Calvin Wharton, author of “This Here Paradise” and “The Song Collides”

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