Whether it is the spellbinding power of night or the reawakening of flowers after bloody battle, poet Say Say paints vivid pictures in this collection written over what feels like several lifetimes.
The poems are short and simple. Each one is a call to get out, escape. Each poem inspires something difficult to understand but necessary to pursue. These are missiles fired at the cage called poverty and the wicked wind of injustice.
Words are simultaneously touching and moving, impactful on the reader as these elegant, insightful poems invoke things lost and seek things yet to be found.