My favorite poem in the book was "Dandelion Insomnia." I appreciate it when she observes something in nature and then relates it back to herself and the human experience, suggesting that there are things we can learn (from the dandelion, for example) about how to approach life. I also particularly liked several of the poems toward the end of the book, dealing with grief/people slipping away (two of these were "Losing" and "The Last Drop"). I enjoyed all of the references to birds, trees, and gardening. It occurred to me that there isn't much humor in the book, which is probably not surprising considering that it focuses a lot on painful experiences, both physical and emotional.
Paperback, 120 pages
Published April 13, 2021 by Milkweed Editions.