Poems that explore womanhood and a woman’s roots in the present and past. From the personal loss of her mother, the poet travels the road of her mother’s roots and her own, sometimes painful (“The sky, once comforting/rained hard brown snails…”), sometimes with joy (“Bright white, the flat cat-shadow walks,/photo-negative against the sepia soil…”), and the coming to terms with life on life’s terms.
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