Home and Other Places I’ve Yet to See is a book constantly raising its lights to their fullest intensity, glaring in the eyes of its reader, and its bulbs not only burn out but explode and shatter across its pages. With poems like headaches and cold compresses, like hell, earth, and heaven, Flore navigates subjects like God, love, sickness, health, travel, benches to stop for rest, and destinations. Daniel Flore lived in seven different locations and had two stints at homeless shelters in the three years it took him to write Home and Other Places, and the collection shows the sheer living Flore accomplished in that time. Climb into a secret crawlspace in your mind and open up Home and Other Places.
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