Snow Falling on Snow
These candid and graceful poems form an intimate weave of inner and outer form. In five short lines they support a multitude of realities: snow, cloud, applause, seed, friend, longing, sex, music, the dead... yet, how light they are! In them, earth-nature and human-nature see eye to eye, heart to heart. These are poems to be received into the body, like breath.
—Anne Valley-Fox, author of How Shadows Are Bundled and Point of No Return