Monday, December 6, 2021
Generations. I found more threads of unresolved thought as I kept reading Teresa K. Miller’s poems in a collection titled, Borderline Fortune. I began to think about what we owe our parents and grandparents, and what we have inherited from them, for better and for worse. I think of the changes to places across generations and whether our course is toward healing or disaster. I think about restoring ravaged land and doing something to heal the planet. I observe extinction and grieve loss. If the stimulation of thinking is why you read poetry, be sure to explore this finely written collection. Rating: Four-star (I like it) Click here to purchase Borderline Fortune from amazon.com.