Walking Home, by Michele Amas

Walking Home, by Michele Amas (Fiction)
Hold your own hand
with your own hand
Hold it
See how confident
how knowing it feels
how held it feels
It will cross the road
with you
It will be your older brother
sister it will be your parent your lover
It says I’ve got you
relax now

Walking Home gathers together some of the last poems written by Michele Amas. These are poems of tenacity and courage, and of locating oneself in time and in love.

"'Teach me how to live I cried' goes a line in the poem 'Walden Pond'. In these sharp-witted, tender, at times heart-wrenching poems, Michele Amas shows us how."—Jenny Bornholdt.

With a foreword by Ken Duncum.              

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