VISIONS OF A SKYLARK DRESSED IN BLACK is composed of 2 works of
short fiction and 52 poems. It was first written and published as
the global community not only came to grips with the reality of the
attacks on 9/11 in 2001 but as a number of catastrophes shook
humanity to its collective core throughout the first decade of the
new century. People during that time on the one hand found
themselves often reeling from the manmade horrors of war and
terrorism. On the other, they also had to cope with the seemingly
increasing fury of nature in the form of hurricanes, earthquakes,
and tsunamis. Yet these external challenges frequently intensified
individuals' inner resolve and moved them to confront physical
world chaos with a persistent kind of grace and startled integrity.
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