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Book details
  • Genre:POETRY
  • SubGenre:American / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:90
  • Paperback ISBN:9798889924203

Climbing Mount Katahdin


by Gene DuBose

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A collection of personal poetry, ranging over a lifetime of experiences in loss, love, life, and faith.
A collection of poems, spanning across a lifetime of the poet's experiences. The poetry is divided into multiple sections. The first, "Brief Lives" explores the painful loss of children and other loved ones. Next, the title poem exemplifies the pitfalls of adventure and struggle. "Ruined Choirs" casts a quizzical look at the oddity and frailty of human endeavor, then "Garment of Salvation" explores the deep roots of faith in the poet's life. "Everyday Love" features poems about that abiding and enduring emotion. Finally, there is a selection of elegant haiku, written throughout the poet's lifetime. As a whole, the collection captures a single voice as the poet navigates the rich variety, humor, and tragedy that make up human existence.
About the author
Gene DuBose is a husband, father, grandfather. He practices law in Texas.