Ladder to the Light

Ladder to the Light In The Follow Up To Her Debut Poetry Collection Kazoo Symphonies, Beth Wood Explores Deeper And Complex Emotional Territory Inspired By An Image From A Jane Hirshfield Poem Mule Heart In Which Grief And Joy Are Carried In Two Waiting Baskets, Wood Seeks To Find Balance Again And Regain Footing After Heartbreaking Loss Ladder To The Light Chronicles Her Journey From Grief To Gratitude To Believing In Love Again Poetry As A Ladder That Lifts Us Back Up To The Light

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❴Reading❵ ➿ Ladder to the Light  Author Beth Wood –
  • Paperback
  • 88 pages
  • Ladder to the Light
  • Beth Wood
  • 13 December 2017
  • 9780997643664

11 thoughts on “Ladder to the Light

  1. says:

    One of the ways I judge a book is by how busy it keeps my pen scribbling, drawing arrows, and writing things like Holy % in the margins.Going off that scale, my reaction to Beth Wood s Ladder to the Light is This is it This is what all those stickered books by acclaimed poets are trying to be and, bless their hearts, just cannot figure out how Ladder to the Light, in two sections, gives us the B.C and the A.D of a non god s death, burial, and then rapturous resurrection through a mid life letting go The painful aspects of the B.C that deal with a tough loss, subtly and skillfully maintain their sense of humor And the cautiously joyous nature of the A.D s beginning of recovery never forgets or takes for granted what has been lost Just masterful.This second book of poems for Beth Wood shows not only a poet, but an artist, that is much wiser and farther down the road of soul than, maybe, even she realizes Which is a sweet spot that so many never quite find

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