“Setting Free” is an inspirational poem that celebrates the life stages transforming from birth to fly away free.
It uses the bird metaphor to soar high with the yearning for love, fun and thrill.
It strikes a chord of resonance with those who echo the share experience, and see the triumph of life by flying away, setting free, with broken wings rediscovering what it means to be home sweet home.
Poems of the muse; themes include religion, love, despair, separation and nature. The author struggles with mental illness, which is reflected by this work. It is the author's 20th book, and each volume increases in the depth of the poems.
When a young and energetic graduate student quits school to help her boyfriend save a small Wisconsin dairy farm, she finds herself drawn into a vortex of absurdity as she attempts to uncover his involvement in the murder of a local man.
Anyone who can appreciate the unique sensibilities people from the Upper Midwest will probably enjoy this playful and twisted romp through rural Wisconsin.
For more than 10,000 years the foothills and mountains of Northern Colorado have been home to many people. Despite floods and fire, drought and disease, people continue to call this place home. Through a first-person narrative, writer Jim Hess comes to understand his place in this place.