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Beautiful Razor

In this collection of poetry by Al Hunter explores the span between the sensual and the profane; the distance of which can sometimes be vast or on the razor's edge.

Al Hunter

(Kegedonce Press)

This much awaited collection of poems is the third poetry book written by the former Rainy River First Nations Chief. In Beautiful Razor: love poems and other lies, Al Hunter explores the span between the sensual and the profane; the distance of which can sometimes be vast or on the razor's edge. (From Kegedonce Press)

From the book

I talked with the moon tonight

I asked her for a favour

I asked her to cover you

I asked her to visit your home

I asked her to visit your waters

To take love and forgiveness

To dip it in moonlight

To offer it to you

And once you had enough

To remind you,

"He is thirsty, too."


From Beautiful Razor by Al Hunter ©2012. Published by Kegedonce Press.