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Asymmetry by Judy Sizemore

Asymmetry by Judy Sizemore

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Judy Sizemore
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A gorgeous collection of poems exploring a spectrum of topics, this volume is penned by Appalachian poet Judy Sizemore, a beloved arts activist, environmentalist and cancer survivor. One review called this work "delicate, wrenching, exhilarating and dangerous." (More info: www.MotesBooks.com) "ASYMMETRY is a collection of poems about real life, about things that really matter. These are poems of healing and honesty and rawness and simple beauty, focusing on the little moments that anyone can relate to, no matter their circumstances. I defy any reader to not be moved by this beautiful collection. This one's going on my 'favorites' shelf." -- SILAS HOUSE "Here are poems - honest and large of spirit - about forests, creeks, starlight, dogs, breast cancer, family and friends. They are also poems about wonder and, most of all, about love." -- ANNE SHELBY "Sizemore's poems are centering in the deepest sense because they articulate a human place in the world, a life lived in conscious relation to trees and lakes, mountains and stars, a life of knowing 'whose child you are.' There is hope and healing in these hard-won words." -- GEORGE ELLA LYON "With gentle words and startling images, the poet coaxes us into the deep end. Danger lurks beneath the calm surface, and in the end we are awed by Asymmetry - a dark mountain and the brilliance of a single star; mushrooms sprouting from the fingertips of the dead; a young girl budding into a woman; the woman transformed to a warrior." -- CONSTANCE ALEXANDER "These pieces come directly from the heart, and the skin, and the breath of a strong woman unafraid of living inside her own nature as well within this fragile, beautiful world." -- NORMANDI ELLIS (www.MotesBooks.com)


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