Dine-Rite: Breakfast Poems by Louis Daniel Brodsky

By Louis Daniel Brodsky

Poetry. Have a seat at a desk or sales space in Louis Daniel Brodsky's DINE-RITE: BREAKFAST POEMS. Everyone's welcome. As Brodsky places it, this suburban diner is an "Oasis to the white- and blue-collar and the collarless: / Contractors, carpenters, painters, and plumbers, / coverage and revenues reps, cab drivers, loafers, / Grass-roots politicians, divorce legal professionals, retirees, / the full forged of the human drama, / lower than one home-cooking-spoken-here roof." And overlording this melting pot is its proprietor, a chunky, self-anointed Baptist minister, whose exact model of evangelism permeates Dine-Rite as completely because the greasy, smoky air that wafts from the kitchen. if you are hungry for poetry that either satisfies and leaves you short of extra, then you've gotten come to the correct position. Dig in!

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