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Michael Denington pays close attention. In straight forward language, each of these poems is a moment closely observed. As in the title poem, the author "seeks home" with a compassionate and generous heart.



--Darnell Arnoult


Author, What Travels with Us, and the novel, Sufficient Grace




With an invitation to a “walk in the park” the author takes the reader on a journey in which he shares episodes of his life. The book provides lovely glimpses such as that of a woman kneeling in her flower garden while at work on her masterpiece. After enjoying many pauses . . . at a variety of places, we are brought to a stop following the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. “Empty Boots” vividly recalls the shock and grief of that hideous crime.



On the whole, this book evokes enthusiastic response.



Winifred Hamrick Farrar


Poet Laureate of Mississippi.




Whether Michael Denington is in a familiar setting drinking “the cool

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