|Author: ||Coulter, Page|
The poems in this book arise from Page Coulter’s love for New England—its folklore, history, and natural environment. The poems celebrate a thirst for life, and life’s small victories found through a close observation of nature.
"a work of literate and thought-provoking poetry steeped in her closeness to nature and observations of the subtle nuances of the human condition. Simple, poignant free verse captures the spirit of experiences like a photograph of time itself." - Midwest Book Review