Poetry. Clair Killen was born in 1920, and only began to write
after attending a writer's workshop in 1993. Killen speaks of
family, memory, and daily life in this down-to-earth collection.
'...Now, you are old dealing with worn joints./ It has never been
joyous at year's end/ and you are in a place you never/ allowed
before.// You can't run. You can't hide. // Your voice calls your
name. You listen, / you soften, and you listen.' (Year End
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