Trailing you: poems
Poetry. "TRAILING YOU.a new collection of poetry to be read on a starry winter night in the old way when the lodge fire is high and wolves sing on the hill. Persuasive, language/image of memory rich in narrative; a lush, valuable sheaf of pure poems by what surely is destined to become an influential voice in American Literature: Kimberly Blaeser.who discovered sanity in the rhythmic sounds of words, the opulence of the heart, the circle of love and remembrance, and in her ancestors' values of tradition and song"-Maurice Kenny.
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