Sounds of Morning by Anita S. Pulier

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Sounds of Morning

by Anita S. Pulier

$14.99, paper

After retiring from law practice Anita S. Pulier served as a U. S. representative for the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom at the United Nations. Her chapbooks Perfect Diet and The Lovely Mundane were published by Finishing Line Press. Anita’s poems have appeared in many journals both online and in print.


3 reviews for Sounds of Morning by Anita S. Pulier

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    The poems in Anita Pulier’s Sounds of Morning marry beauty and wisdom at the wonder of love and urban living. With characteristic humor and a probing intellect, these poems, made of immense music and surprising metaphors, come to us as her brand of bewilderment harnessed into art.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    This remarkable woman finds her way through a world beyond comprehension with acute observation and reflection. This book is about making sense of the ever changing nature of contemporary life. Sounds of Morning searches for or maybe creates place or home in a world that has become a blur of everything. This book of poems is both personal and reflects a pliable humanity. Bravo….

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    “Applicant must define the life worth living,” states the understated “House Poet Wanted.” The beautifully-crafted poems in Sounds of Morning define that life remarkably well. Pulier’s poems are NYC-centric in the best way. A wounded poet in the subway, a metropolitan farmer with a black thumb, a savvy woman thumbing her nose at Feng Shui, a long, successful marriage, tinged with regret; these fine poems have the heart of the city beating inside them.

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