The lyrical poems in Love in the End depict a pilgrim woman as she follows the mother who has died and left her with only questions and the random winds of death and suffering. She climbs uphill, downhill, up again on her own way out of the world, finding other travelers, both strangers and family, and so much love in the ‘long history of work.’
This book is meant for anyone who’s pondered the word love and what it means, how it reveals itself, its loneliness, its fullness, its fires, its beauty, its “world of unsettled desires” and yes, its humor. Love in the End falls all over itself with breath-taking lines and gorgeous images.
— Sharon Chmielarz, The Rhubarb King
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