A rare gem of visceral, gutsy poetry on themes like depression, racism, adventure and culture, Shakespeare, and in a few cases, a poignant potpourri: "they said that I was a Black ram / tupping a white ewe, / but I am genteel, like cotton batting" (p. 43). Frontiers also deals with the emotionally new places in life. It is always easier to regress to the places in which we have always felt safe, even if they were harmful to us. Frontiers is an emotional reflection on such experiences in life.
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