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Elaine Heveron writes of her world-its thingness-with relish and affection, each poem offering artifacts of a shareable life-the books that shaped her (Boomer) generation, silver earrings, a handmade felted hat, the novelty of a warm January day, the funky textured tights that capture the essence of a treasured friend, and rituals in a marriage with a man who is also a per...more
Paperback, 120 pages
Published July 1st 2007 by Plain View Press
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I sat down with this book while on vacation with my four children. Thinking, it's poetry, I can read for a couple minutes at a time, as life allows. I loved it so much that I shoooed everyone away until I had read the entire book, cover to cover. And then, read it again, and again, a little at a time, during the remainder of my vacation, and multiple times since. Simply beautiful; like the author.