living as you do
in the Aquarian Age
when it is possible for mere thought
to quickly transform the world --
nothing will ultimately separate us
Walker doesn't shy away from any topic. She speaks on the unwieldiness of hatred, acceptance of and beauty in the imperfect, and reminds us of our responsibility to protect the Earth. She also devotes two very personal pieces--one to her estranged daughter on love and freedom and the other to her unknown grandchild.
This may be the first time I've encountered a collection of poems that I wanted to keep next to my bed. Each poem is like a breath or wisp of wind. The illustrations throughout add a beautiful, ethereal feeling to these words that celebrate every aspect of life.
I will keep