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A handful of heartland in these narrative free verse by author and artist, Polly Alice. These poems speak with a uniquely deep-rooted voice. What do we need to survive? she asks. “Light, water, and the ability to imagine growth, --nothing is more powerful. There is always time to change direction if we believe in walking over the broken shards of glass to the other side.” Polly's lyrical poems, explore faith, loss, and the measures women take to become visible: “I will not forget,” she writes. “I am woman, all things began in me.” Ghosts and vapors; flour and light-- her imagery remains subtle in color, but dives into bone and marrow of women in today’s America. For more work by this author, find her second book, Tea with Alice.
bound: 54 pages
publisher: New Thing Publishing (April 14, 2017)
isbn: 0692878408, 978-0692878408,
weight: 4.6 ounces (