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To arrange for Thomas Lynch to visit your program or present to your organization, contact him through this website or call his office at Skip to content. Published: W. Although he has plenty to say Boston Sunday Globe Review "He is able to take us inside the palpable business of blood, tears, and the final verse of life in a manner that is almost shocking in the relief it USA Today Review "Lynch's vivid prose has the electricity of writing that tells us what is going on in the secret places of the community -- and the secret places of the heart.

You know every day you wake up is a bonus. As usual, he received a glowing introduction.

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The chances of dying, Lynch likes to say, hover around percent. And what to make of this? As often as he can, Lynch visits Ireland, where one of his relatives left him a cottage. He says he loves the sounds of the language there, and those sounds influence his speech and his poetry.

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Often, he listens to Irish radio while he writes. Lynch is much admired in Milford. He is also becoming known nationally, not only for his writing but for his opinions. I see Jack Kevorkian as a serial killer. On the other hand, he has written about his own wishes.

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Naturally, it is a poem. Go to the hole in the ground. Stand over it.

Look into it. Wonder and be cold. LYNCH : When I see people at this most difficult time in their family history, I am also seeing what is best about our species, you know.

The attachments and the affection and the faith. It came to him that he could nearly count How many late Aprils he had left to him In increments of ten or, say, eleven Thus:sixty-three, seventy-four, eighty-five.

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