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$13.95

Paperback 6” x 9″
111 pages
ISBN 978-1-63381-105-8




 

 

 

by Ginny Freeman

In a world of chaos, when people and nature alike are cast away like so much flotsam and jetsam, these poems remind us to be beachcombers who recognize beauty even in brokenness; they teach us to treasure simplicity, and celebrate diversity in nature.

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It’s very good to see poetry engaging the deepest questions we face—especially the marring separation between people and the rest of nature.

—Bill McKibben, author Eaarth

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

GINNY FREEMAN, grew up along the coast, nurtured by woods and waters of Midcoast Maine. There she developed a deep sense of place and respect for the wild and scenic beauty that defines the land and its people. The experiences and insights of her rich multi-generational history quickly deepened into a strong ecological ethic, and a fierce determination to share the beauty of this life. Her writing invites her readers to walk beneath the pines and be in touch with the earth.

www.ginnyfreeman.com