DIG

DIG Bryan Borland s third poetry collection examines what it means to dig to undertake the intense labor of unearthing the personal political artistic self and embracing the consequences of that knowledge

Dig Definition of Dig by Merriam Webster Verb Some animal has been digging in the garden They dug into the sand with their hands He dug down about feet before he hit water Dig a hole three feet deep The first step in building a house is to dig the foundation The prisoners escaped by digging a tunnel under the fence digging clams on the beach These detectives won t stop digging until they find out what happened. Dig TV Series Mar , Yes, dig is a slow burner And despite another reviewers concerns It is not full of swear words Most of the world does not define the use of God and Jesus to be swear words So, to the rational out there, don t be put off by some odd reviews from people who only watched minutes before they decided to review the pilot. Dig definition of dig by The Free Dictionary d g v dug d g , digging, digs v To break up, turn over, or remove earth or sand, for example , as with a shovel, spade, or snout, or with claws, paws or hands a To make or form by removing earth or other material dig a trench dug my way out of the snow. Dig DNS lookup G Suite toolbox G Suite Toolbox Dig Help G Suite Toolbox home Home Browserinfo Check MX Dig HAR Analyzer Log Analyzer Log Dig Define Dig at Dictionary verb used without object , dug or Archaic digged, digging to break up, turn over, or remove earth, sand, etc as with a shovel, spade, bulldozer, or claw make an excavation to make one s way or dig command dig domain information groper is a network administration command line tool for querying Domain Name System DNS servers dig is useful for network troubleshooting and for educational purposes dig can operate in interactive command line mode or in batch mode by

  • Title: DIG
  • Author: Bryan Borland
  • ISBN: 9780990516989
  • Page: 159
  • Format: Paperback
  • Bryan Borland s third poetry collection examines what it means to dig to undertake the intense labor of unearthing the personal political artistic self and embracing the consequences of that knowledge The poet recognizes that t he world needs another love poem like it needs blood in the throat, yet seeks to commune with the sanctity of flesh, offering the language ofBryan Borland s third poetry collection examines what it means to dig to undertake the intense labor of unearthing the personal political artistic self and embracing the consequences of that knowledge The poet recognizes that t he world needs another love poem like it needs blood in the throat, yet seeks to commune with the sanctity of flesh, offering the language of his body These poems assert that to dig is to reveal the bedrock on which we may rebuild ourselves to discover the beauty and reward of life buried deep within us no matter how many layers of earth we need to overturn.

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    1. This reminded me of just how much I love poetry. I love how poetry really allows the writer to break down and show the reader something so personal and sometimes ugly/beautiful intimate things in their life. Some made me smile, some made me cry. Unadulterated realness is what this is. You close the book having felt that you've seen a piece of a person, part of their heart and soul, which is exactly what it's meant to be.Plus, the cover is amazing; the word is actually cut out and what you see in [...]

    2. Very personal self-revealing poems that expose the poet and his relationship, but in that relationship the reader sees himself. Are we all so predictable? Gay throughout. It is often about love, caring. Love poems!!!

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