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Eye of water

Amber Flora Thomas

Eye of water

poems

by Amber Flora Thomas

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  • 15 Currently reading

Published by University of Pittsburgh Press in Pittsburgh, Pa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • American poetry -- Women authors

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAmber Flora Thomas
    SeriesPitt poetry series
    The Physical Object
    Pagination74 p. ;
    Number of Pages74
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17187588M
    ISBN 100822958937
    OCLC/WorldCa62255804

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    The Eye of the World is an oval-shaped artificial pool located inside a hill in the was created by a hundred male and female Aes Sedai after the Dark One tainted worked together using both saidin and saidar to fill it with the essence of cleansed, pure saidin, enough to mend the seal on the Dark One's prison or break it open completely. Pupil: the black circular opening in the iris that lets light in. Sclera: the white of your eye. Conjunctiva: a thin layer of tissue that covers the entire front of your eye, except for the cornea.

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In Eye of Water Amber Flora Thomas has written one of her generation's best first books. 'We are invented / by what we let pass through us,' Thomas says, and a sensory world passes through her poems-regal, yet warm, majestic and domestic, sophisticated, emotional, and wise/5.

“In Eye of Water Amber Flora Thomas has written one of her generation's best first books. 'We are invented / by what we let pass through us,' Thomas says, and a sensory world passes through her poems-regal, yet warm, majestic and domestic, sophisticated, emotional, and wise/5(3).

In Eye of Water Amber Flora Thomas has written one of her generation's best first books. 'We are invented / by what we let pass through us,' Thomas says, and a sensory world passes through her poems-regal, yet warm, majestic and domestic, sophisticated, emotional, and wise.

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