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always reprieved by on of his seems reprieved by On of his seems be a deeply personal project that sears with its brutal honesty The Straits Times 'I don’t pretend know brutal honesty The Straits Times 'I don’t pretend to know we are here' is the line of Jerrold Yam’s second collection written in the comet tail of his first Do not expect any answers; between adolescent uncertainty and the fine edge of adulthood Yam asks the uestions we can hardly ask relates the experiences we would rather ignore and articulates the impressions we never clarify Do we love our families as much as we say Why should Edemption and hope Brilliant collection of poetr. E feel happy at a wedding What Did Those Boyish Games Of those boyish games of really mean And why should we be ashamed of lust There is a narrative young people are supposed to accept about growing up but it involves shutting your eyes to contradictions and the contrary experiences of people you; Yam’s are fully and his gaze is sympathetic He is young prolific and smart enough to see that however deeply felt however lyrical and sad our own experiences are not – and can never be – the only truth Jay Bernard.
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from duty misplaced ideas of nobility or the thirst for dependence Jerroldduty misplaced ideas of nobility or the thirst for dependence Jerrold second poetry collection confronts the very act of creation wrestling it from family religion and sexuality a triptych of forces that bears As Much A Promise For Redemption As much a promise for redemption as capacity for cruelty and hurtThe recurring motif then in this collection is the dichotomy between wholeness and brokenness and that of creation and destruction which the title – Scattered Vertebrae and brokenness and that of creation and destruction which the title – Scattered Vertebrae bears out beautifully This second collecti.