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Milkweed bursts with silken seed. Crushed almonds scatter like spilled cinnamon. A child clips basil at the tender neck, after a family friend passes away. Love is swallowed in moondust, bared in cherry rose. Across the landscape of human experience, can 'inside' really be disentangled from 'out'?
Paperback, 130 pages
Published December 1st 2009 by International Arts Movement
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Poetry I could relate to and understand. Simple but not simplistic. Poems that are written about observations of life.
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