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I liked this book better then "When You Say One Thing but Mean Your Mother"....and the print was so much better on this book. However, I do not connect with this poetry as much as I would have liked. Personal preference I suppose.
Broder's poetry celebrates a feminine nature that has been denied for far too long. It screams itself free of the conventions of histories, cultures, peoples, and exists as its own unique artifact. She channels so much of what is wrong and what is right with the human condition and distills them down into terse yet awe-inspiring displays of writing
When one thinks of the `heart' in poetry, one thinks of lovelorn teens frolicking through a meadow, ignorance and blame, self-absorption and ponies; in a word, one thinks of clichés and vague nothings. Beginning with the title of her second collection, Broder destroys the triteness of the `heart' in poetry by getting right to the core of what the heart really is: meat. Broder is sending a clear message: this won't be a collection sensitive poems hiding truth behind sentimentality. This is going to be messy and real.