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Walking Into A Still Life Painting: A Tent, A Lantern, An Empty Bowl by M. Travis Lane

You’ll notice, as you begin reading M. Travis Lane’s seventeenth book of poems, that she is a “seer” in perhaps the truest sense of the word. She sees what is in front of her, physically, but she also sees what was there, in the past, and suggests what might be, in the future. Hers is a poetry of observation, of taking great care, and of minding and recording the small things that are really of the greatest importance in life. Here is a collection that makes you think of your own connection with the natural world, with others, with your memory, and with your loves.