As a teacher, I respect and honor the intricate word webs woven by our best poets. Jason is one of these masters of the craft. Where Leonard Cohen ( one of my favorites) plays with reader's perception, Jason presents his landscapes and observations in an almost photographic sweep of images. You may have to read and re-read to gauge his emotion of the moment, but you'll be rewarded once you connect with his both weary and energetic sense of being. His travels have sharpened his vision. The daily mundane takes on some majesty here ...no easy task. Buy this little volume, brew some coffee or tea and go on a little journey for an hour or two. It's a worthy ride.
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