These poems travel physically and emotionally, addressing the human condition through evocative language. “Enter Water, Swimmer” and you will be steeped in various manifestations of this world and beyond, daring to take on diverse realms of women, belief, culture, and ethics.
You slipped through me, not by me. How could I have known I would fall through these waters into the country of us?
About the Author
MARY MORRIS received the Rita Dove Award and New Mexico Discovery Award. Published in Poetry, Prairie Schooner, The Columbia Review, Arts & Letters, and numerous other literary journals, she has been invited to read at the Library of Congress and consequently aired on NPR. She lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico.