Written over the course of ten years, and spanning America,
England, and continental Europe, twenty-five poems make up Yet All
Shall Be Well. Using three American and English poetic voices,
Daniel J. Heisey's poems touch on the spiritual found in the
ordinary. The daily, spiritual scenes of ordinary men and women are
sketched for the reader to view and contemplate. The book contains
the author's notes - explanations of certain references found in
the poems. The notes provide a unique look into the creative
process behind Yet All Shall Be Well. Daniel J. Heisey is a
Benedictine monk of Saint Vincent Archabbey in Latrobe,
Pennsylvania, where he is known as Brother Bruno.
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