- PUBLISHED: June 2020
- SUBJECT LISTING: Literature / Poetry
- BIBLIOGRAPHIC INFORMATION: 48 Pages, 5.5 x 8 in x 0in
- ISBN: 9780899241708
These are poems of the garden and house, of dreams lost and fulfilled, and of children and struggle and love. They are poems that occur at the exact point where the inner life and the daily world meet and initiate the dance that is one person’s experience of living.
“Cynthia Tremblay’s poems give us the kind of honesty and heart we want from every poet. They are comprised of mornings, afternoons, the daily tasks and dreams that are the stuff of an actual life lived with loving attention to its hopes, difficulties, and simple beauty. This little book is a treasure.”—Christopher Howell, author of The Grief of a Happy Life
Authors & Contributors
Cynthia Tremblay grew up in North Brookfield, Massachusetts, and attended Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts, where she met and married poet Bill Tremblay. Together they have three sons and since 1974 have lived in Fort Collins, Colorado.