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4 thoughts on “Insects of South Corvallis

  1. Sue Sue says:

    The title might make one think this is a scientific study totally boring to those of us who aren’t terribly interested in bugs But it is a beautiful collection of poems by this Oregon poet who spent many years working as a gardener and paying attention to the life he encountered among the weeds and flowers We get so much than just an entomology lesson The Fruitfly begins “That miserable winter I drank so muchthere was this fruitflywho loved to land on my lips” The insect poems give way to poems about other aspects of Goodrich’s life on the land including some flower poems a long piece about the fight to keep a fiberglass company from polluting the air and a sweet piece about an encounter with another poem titled “Why We Do It” Goodrich has been a speaker at our writers’ group here in Newport Oregon and he is as delightful as his poetry


  2. Hafidha Hafidha says:

    This book of poems blew me away Get your hands on it A wise and grounded collection of work ruminations on the human condition from the perspective of a highly literate working class gardener


  3. Jamie Jamie says:

    a clear voice speaks in uncomplicated languageabout insects Oregon and rural lifeI loved the first bit about bugs


  4. Eric Shaffer Eric Shaffer says:

    My favorite is Like Criminals


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Insects of South Corvallis ✪ Insects of South Corvallis pdf ✩ Author Charles Goodrich – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Poetry Second Edition Charles Goodrich's writing earned fellowships from Fishtrap the Oregon Arts Commission and the 2001 Walt Morey fellowship from Literary Arts Garrison Keillor has read his poems o Poetry Second Edition Charles Goodrich's writing earned fellowships from Fishtrap the Oregon Arts Commission and the Walt Morey fellowship from Literary Arts Garrison Keillor has read his poems on National Public Radio Charles currently works for the Spring Creek Project for Ideas Nature and the Written Word at Oregon State University.