Adult Language Warning

By William Robertson

Adult Language Warning
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At the time of writing this book, William Robertson was a homemaker. His poems bring a new passion to the ancient domestic scene, and to everything else he looks at out of that often-turbulent centre. He ventures with care "into a swelling sea/ of silted meanings" equipped with ... Read more


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At the time of writing this book, William Robertson was a homemaker. His poems bring a new passion to the ancient domestic scene, and to everything else he looks at out of that often-turbulent centre. He ventures with care "into a swelling sea/ of silted meanings" equipped with his own elegant flexible vernacular, shaped precisely to the task of lighting up the trials and wonders of ostensibly ordinary days. These poems ring like crystal-hard edges of a tender heart.

William Robertson

William Robertson was born in Tokyo, to United Church Missionary parents. He lived in Japan until he was seven, and then in various Canadian towns and cities until the family settled in Shaunavon, Saskatchewan.

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