National Poetry Month

Barefoot: Poems For Naked Feet

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National Poetry Month
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In 26 poems, Stefi Weisburd explores where we go, what we feel and what shouldn’t be underfoot when our feet are at their freest. Lori McElrath-Eslick adds sparkle to these contemplations with lively watercolor illustrations.

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A triad of strong women’s voices, Sawnie Morris of Taos, Michelle Holland of Chimayo and Catherine Ferguson of Galisteo are gathered together in one volume. These three poets share a deep language of landscape with river rapids, a blur of hummingbirds, the lingering scent of woodstoves and the inescapable voice of the raven. New Mexico Book Award Winner, 2007.

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