by A.L. Duncan
A woman’s expression isn’t just about her complex language of beauty, divine thought, or the creative luster. Underlying are the elements of depth and intensity, of the tragic story, of the comedic roust. The great appeal is her flourish of spontaneity; the nurturing spiritual nudge; the haunted workings of ill circumstance. This collection of poems, prose and short stories explores the struggles between intention and hindrance and the perishable human heart, whose spirit is endowed with timelessness.