Scarecrow

Scarecrow by Douglas Smith
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Scarecrow

Douglas Smith hears our landscape; he hears the way it resounds in the people who travel its subtle and complex surface. Two people in a car, speeding across boundaries, hear images echoed as thoughts, as emotions, as words.


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Douglas Smith hears our landscape; he hears the way it resounds in the people who travel its subtle and complex surface. Two people in a car, speeding across boundaries, hear images echoed as thoughts, as emotions, as words.

Always, in our best poetry, the hovering care for place. Douglas Smith hears our landscape; he hears the way it resounds in the people who travel its subtle and complex surface. Two people in a car, speeding across boundaries, hear images echoed as thoughts, as emotions, as words. Landscape for Douglas Smith is a kind of musical instrument.

-Robert Kroetsch

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