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In Silver Seasons of Heartache, Naoko Fujimoto walks a tightrope of language, making her way word by word across the chasm where hope can fall prey to heartbreak, the maybes and might-bes of life transformed into what simply (and complicatedly) is. She is a poet of heart and humor, of insight and image. In carefully crafted yet conversational lines, Fujimoto describes the complications of our modern lives where "enough is never enough," but where you also might still be lucky enough to stop and savor the moment when your "breath is quiet-- / waiting to catch the last lightning bug."
--Matthew Thorburn, author of Dear Almost