Loving a woman in two worlds
In this new collection of poems, the National Book Award-winning poet explores the meaning of mature love in a sustained meditation on faithfulness, on the sustenance of intimacy, and on grief as the door to deep emotion
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Out of the Rolling Ocean the Crowd
Two People at Dawn
No Mountain Peak Without Its Rolling Foothills
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