Half Open Doors: Selected Poems
"Half Open Doors" is a selection of poems written to recall the lost and forgotten; an effort to rediscover the overlooked and the easily missed. Poetry that attempts to reveal the eternal in a moment past present or passing. Poems that invite a glimpse into the timeless through a half open door.
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