What was All the Fuss About?
Anvil Press Poetry, 1998 - 94 pages
In these intimate & personal poems written over the past five years, Weissbort explores many aspects of daily life: memories, families, friendships & relationships. The poems are often like diary entries but work with the weight & concision of epigram.
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