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Hammering on words in isolation, Diane Hamilton here weaves a myth of a family, of love and loss. Solemn and tragic, these very American traveling poems attempt to seek roots of a family, of a father who got lost on the street where he lived, of a mother who was a Job's comforter, and of a friend who died in an explosion. Diane has power to be intense without being melodramatic, of remaining passionate without being obtuse or erudite. "Like a tropical breeze," her poems are "slow and patient /like a worm, like the Wind.