Written with a probingly sensitive eye, this collection of poems illuminates the subtle and poignant moments in life -- moments that cause people to grow and, occasionally, to digress as individuals. Greatly emphasising musicality, this compilation re-examines the common aspects of everyday life from a female perspective. The urban world and its intricacies are explored and, as a result, a profound zeal for nature emerges. Insightful and unique, these free verses delve deeply into human emotion.
Desi Di Nardo is a poet and writer whose work has been published in numerous journals and anthologies including The Globe and Mail, The Literary Review of Canada, and The National Post. Her poetry has been featured in "Poetry on the Way" by the Toronto Transit Commission and in the Parliamentary Poet Laureate's "Poems of the Week." It was also performed at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa for International Women's Day. She lives in Toronto.