An Unfamiliar Sea

An Unfamiliar Sea

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In demotic diction George Huitker writes quiet, reverent, elegiac poems. Metaphors for human life and feeling emerge from the everyday. A football team's victory at Easter provokes thoughts of other triumphs and salvations. A one-day cricket match suggests the possibility of last minute moral elevation. A surfer caught in a rip does as image for the grief of a loved one's death. A creaky gifted car personifies the giver in his enfeeblement and affection. The mental and the metaphysical are facets of the one reality. The reverence is engaging and egalitarian.

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In demotic diction George Huitker writes quiet, reverent, elegiac poems. Metaphors for human life and feeling emerge from the everyday. A football team's victory at Easter provokes thoughts of other triumphs and salvations. A one-day cricket match suggests the possibility of last minute moral elevation. A surfer caught in a rip does as image for the grief of a loved one's death. A creaky gifted car personifies the giver in his enfeeblement and affection. The mental and the metaphysical are facets of the one reality. The reverence is engaging and egalitarian.