New Horizons

by Eugene David

30 poems - 46 pages


Copyright © 2007 by David Eugene Partch

Here's what Marvin Hiemstra has to say about New Horizons:

“The poems in New Horizons soar above a subtext of compassion and joy. ‘No Mountains to Move’ chants a psalm of sefl-acceptance. ‘Staple It to the Wind’ leaves a message to mankind. ‘Our Only Task,’ ‘Quiet Afternoon’ and ‘Compost Pile’ are all sublime statements that put us in our place and, happily, our place in the Universe is a sublime one. This collection is about communication with the Natural World where we must find ourselves, simply because that is where we were forged.”