- Title: Origami Bridges: Poems of Psychoanalysis and Fire
- Author: Diane Ackerman
- ISBN: 9780060555290
- Page: 161
- Format: Paperback
The Prodigal Son A Poem A Day from the George Hail Library Jun , The Return of the Prodigal Son by Rembrandt van Rijn, , Dutch painter, printmaker, and draughtsman Over the next few days, we will examine the form of love called storge pronounced stor gay or affection for family and kin Today s poem, The Prodigal Son, tells of a father s unconditional love for his son. Jane Yolen Author of children s books, fantasy, and I have been a poet and a poetry lover all my life My first poem yes my mother kept it for years was hardly any guarantee that I would ever become any good. A Boy s Head A Poem A Day from the George Hail Library Feb , CONTEMPLATION Each day this month we take the time for some quiet contemplation, guided by poetry To contemplate, writes the poet Denise Levertov, comes from the Latin templum, temple, a place, a space for observation, marked out by the augur She goes on to say that to meditate is to keep the mind in a state of contemplation its synonym is to muse, and to Autumn Moon Haiku Journal Home Welcome to the first issue of Autumn Moon Haiku Journal In Japan reference to the full moon is understood as a kigo for the full autumn moon Looking over the haiku included here, I realize that we, whatever part of the world we live in, are looking at the same autumn moon. Welcome to NEXT NEXT is an eco web that develops ethical imagination and environmental stewardship NEXT introduces what design is, what design does and why design is important through over journeys. About Diane Ackerman BIOGRAPHY Poet, essayist, and naturalist, Diane Ackerman is the author of two dozen highly acclaimed works of nonfiction and poetry, including The Zookeeper s Wife and A Natural History of the Senses books beloved by millions of readers all over the world In prose so rich and evocative that one can feel the earth turning beneath one s feet as one reads, Ackerman s thrilling observations Powell s Books The World s Largest Independent Bookstore Shop new, used, rare, and out of print books Powell s is an independent bookstore based in Portland, Oregon Browse staff picks, author features, and . Diane Ackerman Diane Ackerman born October , is an American poet, essayist, and naturalist known for her wide ranging curiosity and poetic explorations of the natural world. Weekly Calendar Things to do in Fargo Moorhead the week Giving Hearts Day for The Village, a.m Fargo Pinball, Harwood Drive S Fargo, open to the public with all funds collected in pinball and arcade machines being donated to The Village Teacher to Teacher Ideas in the Top Teaching Blog Exciting lesson ideas, classroom strategies, teaching tips, book lists, videos, and reproducibles in a daily blog by teachers from the classrooms of extraordinary mentor
At the heart of Origami Bridges is the delicate relationship of trust between analyst and patient, a relationship that grows out of the emotional give and take of the psychoanalytic process In this collection, Diane Ackerman, with astonishing candor, lays bare her desires, anger, jealousy, fears, and anxiety, as she probes not only her present emotional landscape but alsoAt the heart of Origami Bridges is the delicate relationship of trust between analyst and patient, a relationship that grows out of the emotional give and take of the psychoanalytic process In this collection, Diane Ackerman, with astonishing candor, lays bare her desires, anger, jealousy, fears, and anxiety, as she probes not only her present emotional landscape but also her past And what gradually rises to the surface is an understanding of how the poet uses verse to purge her demons, express her delight, or confess secret longing, and through this process come to a better understanding of the self.
Recent Comments "Origami Bridges: Poems of Psychoanalysis and Fire"
Therapy can be brutal - these poems show the clash between what you hope you will accomplish, and what you truly have to accomplish in therapy. Amazing poems, so honest, and spare but lush at the same time.
What an excellent book of poetry~just lovely. I've been reading and re-reading this for a few years now. I love "hearing" each poem from a slightly different place & grasping something new from it each time.
Rating: 3 1/2I bought this without knowing the whole collection is about therapy, or the relationship between Ackerman and her therapist. It's over 140 pages, and gets a bit redundant, due to the narrowness of the topic. But she does a good job of approaching the subject from different angles. A few pieces worth noting:"High Above the Impedimenta of the City"'Rorschach: Magritte's Painting "The Therapist"""A Little Grammar Is a Dangerous Thing""Rachmaninoff's Psychiatrist"the land of pain's nimb [...]
Favorite Quotes:snowflakesfalling like shredded waxand the wind flexing its muscles I’ll sacrifice my yen to knowthe what and whim of you.Poems arrive as meteoriteI fight its common sense: I try to stabilize us through eloquence. It’s an old story, better told than I tell, how artists shape what hurts like hell [into:] lesser desires we can control.we ladle ideasel the zest from a mood, even butcher the morning for you
Kind of dumb. Noetty dumb. While Ackerman has the ability to amaze with her vocabulary and the way she knots words together, to take such a private moment, make "sensualist" poetry out of it, and then bind it for everyone to read? It reeks of, "I couldn't think of anything else to write, so this is the best I could do." Stick with "A Natural History of the Senses" or some of the other non-fiction she's churned out.
I am glad I read these poems, but I just don't always seem to agree with Ackerman's ideas of spirituality, which bothered me a bit. But it is clear that there is talent within these pages and I did really enjoy several of the poems in here, particularly 'When You Answer the Phone' and 'A Little Grammar is A Dangerous Thing.'
this contains stuff of interest for those who want to hear about the intensity and emotional depth of the therapeutic relationship from the patient's side, from someone who is both deep and very good at putting words together. the poetry itself, though, didn't seem terribly interesting to me.
Somehow disappoint after "Natural History of the Senses". The poems seemed to lack the sensuality of her descriptions and insights into the senses
I like:Between the CreasesOf a FeatherThe PathOn Second Thought
I have no words to say how FANTASTIC this book is---what an incredible and gorgeous collection of poems. This is easily a new favorite. HIGHLY recommended.
Poetic psychoanalysis can you argue that?
"even my fingerprints ache"
Good book about the therapy process and the client-therapist relationship.
These poems are essentially a journal of her psychotherapy. As poetry I didn't find myself wanting to reread them--not a plus.
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