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Lost Languages, by Jonathan Minton
In Lost Languages, Minton’s words comprise the careful gardener, going through the stem and bloom of our lives. His investigation into what is joy and sorrow is laced with a reverence steeped in a southern parlance of hope. These are poems that hold language lightly, out of a melancholic wisdom, a sure knowledge of our frailty. Lost Languages shows Minton lighting the way to home. — Afaa Michael Weaver