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Habitat Lost

In poem after poem Alexander reminds us we are all in the same fix called life together—whether in precarious alliance or terribly alone, ‘so close to another country… all but lost.’ One could walk all night, sleepless, or heed Alexander’s dictum to “Live, you sore fools, live!” So we must, with the kind of rueful rejoicing and aplomb only a taleteller of Alexander‘s superb skill can summon to the telling. —George Wallace, Editor at Poetrybay and Great Weather for Media Proceeds from this book benefits Waterkeeper Alliance at


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