The poet meditates divinity within these poems as a condition of being caught between a material world that forsakes
the individual and a spiritual world that beautifies even breath "on the loose clouds of winter blowing through rags / stuffed between a broken window and its screen.
But on his long-awaited all-Spanish salsa effort, ``Libre'' (``Free''), the 32-year-old singer-actor forsakes
a repeat performance - at least until the beginning of the year when the sequel comes to his eponymous 1999 English-language debut.
Competently performed, the dancers' rendition forsakes
the subtlety and fragility of Mr.
Centering around the treacherous Dorian Gray, a young man of matchless beauty and bottomless vanity who forsakes
his soul to never age, Wilde's book became viewed as both a product and a critique of gay male narcissism.
Virginia debutante Melinda Kregg first forsakes
the privileges of her upper middle-class family to work for the Red Cross in the coal fields of Harlan County, Ky.