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Review Excerpt: Wind Thrashing Your Heart by Don Kerr - Saskatoon Star Phoenix

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Saturday, December 24, 2011

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What stands out most about the collection is Kerr’s insouciant presentation. Kerr loves to play with language and with proprieties, rejecting symphony music as it is about “worlds that have/ in common with my life/ nothing” and loving jazz because “doctor freud psychojazzalyzed/ begins to bogie.” Love and jazz and Don Kerr’s poetry are spontaneous, like loose grammar and liquid love. – Saskatoon Star Phoenix – Bill Robertson


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