American poet Karen Eberhardt Shelton and British poet Jay Ramsay
send out a vital message about how to connect across great divides
in this collaboration designed to touch hearts, awaken perceptions,
and move people to action. The poets' contrasting styles complement
each other to great effect, as Shelton draws her inspiration from
nature while Ramsay has a vision of the world at the edge that is
sharp, unremitting, yet celebratory. Writing in the wake of 9/11,
both poets believe in using poetry as a means of confronting the
ethical and spiritual dilemmas that Color a person's impact on the
world. Skillfully weaving personal reflective poems with poems
inspired by public events, Ramsay and Eberhardt Shelton create a
powerful collection that addresses the questions that have been
asked since the destruction of the Twin Towers.
David Paul Books
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• Karen Eberhardt Shelton
||234 x 153mm (L x W)
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