Lulu.com, 2004 - 239 pages
"leaves brew deeply under a bare boned tree, sleeping soundly through the quiet emptiness, hoping for the occasional remembrance of life." These poems reflect a season when all things are laid bare; body, skin, land, trees, everything. But there is more, so much more...
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