Crossing Over is a book about change; places where we step over lines, where lines dissolve and reappear in our lives.
The beautiful poetry in this book captures everything from the plight of the homeless to crossing over the line of sanity into the shadowy world of the mentally ill.
Between the words is the constant theme of embracing the changes in your life with hope for a better tomorrow.
When it came to advising Mary Waboss how to find a better life no one was shy in telling her what she had to do. Mary listened and believed and dreamed. Even when they said to leave the small children on the reserve and escape with just Peter to the city, she still listened like a good soldier following orders. But what they didn't tell her was that they couldn't guarantee happiness.