This collection represents the last twenty years of the poetÊs work. She believes that writing verse, mostly formal, has helped clarify and objectify her thoughts and feelings.
Topics range from the personal to the philosophic, from art in its various forms to the world of nature. She does not categorize her work because the subject matter and its handling can overlap and combine. She holds much as paradox. Rhythm and alliteration bring focus. Humor can be a godsend.
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Published May 2, 2011
Literature & Fiction.