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This Open Eye

Reggie Marra

From The Heart Press

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1 Town (1990 pop. 23,629), Litchfield co., W Conn., on the Housatonic River; inc. 1712. Situated in a dairy region, its manufactures include paper products and electronic equipment.
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0962782823 $12.00 www.integraljourneys.com

Very highly recommended reading, This Open Eye: Seeing What We Do: Poems 2003-2005 is an intriguing in·trigue  
n.
1.
a. A secret or underhand scheme; a plot.

b. The practice of or involvement in such schemes.

2. A clandestine love affair.

v.
 and inspiring collection of the most recent verse of renowned poet Reggie Marra. This Open Eye: Seeing What We Do calls on the readers attention and intuition intuition, in philosophy, way of knowing directly; immediate apprehension. The Greeks understood intuition to be the grasp of universal principles by the intelligence (nous), as distinguished from the fleeting impressions of the senses.  for the remarkable metaphors it so tactfully tact·ful  
adj.
Possessing or exhibiting tact; considerate and discreet: a tactful person; a tactful remark.



tact
 presents. This Open Eye: Swollen shut the right/eye seeps semi-clotted/blood that streams/and blotches a map of/hell across the three-/year-old face. Wide/open, the left eye/appears injury-free--/untouched, but/ultimately more/lethal./Through this open/eye the child sees/the world that has/closed the other.
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Title Annotation:This Open Eye: Seeing What we do: Poems 2003-2005
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