There are so many old houses, particularly on the prairies. They have stories in them, questions about who lived there, how their lives were governed by the landscape. Did they move out? what made them change their way of living, where did the people go? What voices speak in the empty rooms? …
through broken glass
to fix decay
first published in The Prairie Journal
To Bethlehem: ‘This little book is delightful, full of … poems on this timeless subject. … the most fun is the little prose vignettes of the common people in the Christ-child story. The slave who looks after the wise men’s camels, or the overworked maid at the inn who has to fetch water for the birth, and many more. A lovely gift for the reader on your Christmas list!’ Rosalind Adams. Available from Amazon and Kindle.