The Rainbow Mason
Cornerstone Book Publishers, 2005 - 72 pages
Vladimir Levechev's "The Rainbow Mason" is a remarkable edifice in which are housed the hungers and longings of the body and spirit. Levechev builds his poems out of "strong rock" and "sky" and from these opposing elements finds a oneness and unity. A reader will discover in "The Rainbow Mason" a language vividly refreshed by Levechev's acute eye and his intelligent curiosity. - Michael Collier Poet Laureate of the State of Maryland
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