A Mother's String

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Ekstasis Editions, 2005 - 73 pages
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A Mother's String is about the lessons we learn in love and patience. It is about the family ties that bind even in the absence of those we are bound to. The poems are haunted by the memory of homes lived in or wished for. In them we remember our younger selves who have still to learn how far we can climb, how far we can fall.
 

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Contents

A Lesson In Love
9
Backstrokes
15
Bilberries
21
A Mothers String
27
Picking Flowers
34
Alzheimers
40
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About the author (2005)

Andrea McKenzie has studied poetry with Patrick Lane and Lorna Crozier. She graduated from the University of Victoria. A Mother's String is her first book. She lives in Victoria, B.C.

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